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Local teams enter volleyball final rounds of 2014 Leo Cup

Local teams enter volleyball final rounds of 2014 Leo Cup

The preliminary stage of the 2014 Leo Cup of Volleyball wrapped up at the Olympic Stadium indoor hall yesterday, with the 16 teams now split into top and bottom half qualifiers for two separate competitions.

Top half teams will contest the Hun Sen Cup and the bottom half will vie in the Leo Cup. In today’s matches, Kampot Police take on Military Camp 31 at noon and Russey Keo High School face Siem Reap Education Department from 1pm in the Leo Cup.

At 2pm, Prey Veng Youth Federation meet Kampong Cham Police Dept before Battambang Police Dept clash with Sampov Loun District Education in Hun Sen Cup encounters.

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