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Kids taste successes in finals of Youth League

Kids taste successes in finals of Youth League

The finals of the inaugural Phnom Penh Youth Leagues were held at the grounds of Pour en Sourire d’Enfant in Stung Meanchey district on Sunday with kids of various ages vying in football, volleyball and basketball competitions.

Hosts PSe captured both the U18 and U14 football titles, with Mith Samlanh and Lycee Rene Descartes finishing in runners-up spots in the division respectively.

Samaky High School triumphed in the U18 Volleyball League and Mith Samlanh topped the U14 Volleyball podium. PSE were second in both age groups.

In the basketball event, the Lycee Descartes won the U18 final over RSISA, who took top honours in the U14 class.  
 

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