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Komar Athyreach pips PKR in U10 boys final

Komar Athyreach pips PKR in U10 boys final

The 2012 Barclays Capital ISF Youth Football League saw a thrilling conclusion to its last remaining competition, the U10 Boys League, on Sunday at the Phnom Penh Crown FC ground in Tuol Kork district.

In the grand final, Komar Athyreach defeated the PKR 2 team 10-7 to lift the trophy, while PKR 1 overcame ISF Flying Tigers 8-3 in the third-place playoff.

The five divisions, including Boys U14 Champions League, Boys U14 Premier League, Boys U10, Girls U14 and Girls U18 leagues, began on March 17 and featured 23 teams comprising players from 30 different organisations.

To contact the reporter on this story: Yeun Ponlok at [email protected]
Translated by In Sopheng

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