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Ministry of Interior clean sweep tennis Cup titles

Ministry of Interior clean sweep tennis Cup titles

The Sar Kheng Tennis Cup concluded its three days of competition at the courts of the National Sports Complex on Sunday with Ministry of Interior Club taking triumphs in all seven of the categories.

Kan Sophan doubled up on his Division A men’s singles success with gold in the men’s doubles alongside clubmate Orn Sambath.

Dim Sambath won the Division B men’s singles while brothers Chheang Sovan and Chheang Mara topped the Division B men’s doubles.

Sok Sam Art and Yi Sophany won mixed doubles and Yi Sophany also paired up with Met Mariyan to clinch the women’s title. Sok Vichet finished first in the U18 boys event.

Winners of each category received US$200, while runners up got $150 and third placers $100.


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