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Knights, Ko Chul look to streak on in ties

Knights, Ko Chul look to streak on in ties

The Old Stadium welcomes another round of the Cambodia Federation of Rugby’s 2012-13 league season tomorrow, as debutants Ko Chul Rugby Club take on PSE Garudas at 2pm followed by the trailblazing Sisowath Knights battling it out with Stade Khmer at 3:30pm.

Both matches should be hard fought with the Garudas and Stade Khmer vying for their first points of the campaign, while Ko Chul and the Knights look to maintain their unbeaten status.

Entrance to the ground is free, with drinks and snacks available for purchase.

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]

 

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