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Kids kick it in ISF league

Players from ISF SMC (in white) and Andong play during their Barclays ISF Youth Football League game at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports ground on Sunday
Players from ISF SMC (in white) and Andong play during their Barclays ISF Youth Football League game at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports ground on Sunday. PHOTO SUPPLIED

Kids kick it in ISF league

Appleton Wildcats, competing in the Boys U14 Premier section met with mixed fortunes in the Barclays ISF Youth Football League at the National Institute of Physical Education and Sports ground on Sunday.

While the Wildcats’ first string edged out Tonle Sap Teddy Bears 4-3, the second unit were completely out of their depth against Kew Park Rangers, who raced away to a 12-1 victory.

In other matches, Flying Tigers swamped Pun Phnom School 17-4, Blue Flag thrashed Sunshine 13-0, Flying Dragons beat Hagar BRP 4-0 and Scherinin downed Juice Master United 8-0.

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