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22 sisowath knights

The Knights defended their 2012 title in emphatic fashion with a 43-0 demolition job over their domestic rivals.

In other results on an action-packed day, PSE edged ASPECA 25-20 in the U11 league decider, LFRD beat ASPECA 20-15 in the U13 class, ASPECA routed PSE 15-0 to lift the U15 trophy, PSE ran over LFRD 26-5 in the U17s final and PSE took top honours in the women’s league by beating LFRD 30-20.

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