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MIS Cup kicks off 2011 campaign on Sunday

MIS Cup kicks off 2011 campaign on Sunday

The 2011 Mekong International School Cup got under way on Sunday with all six teams in action at the Mekong University field near Northbridge community. The competition, now in its second edition, will see the teams play each other twice in a round- robin format over the next nine Sundays. Results will be collated in a league, with the top four teams advancing to semifinals on October 9 and the final the following Sunday. In the first set of matches, CMU FC sprang to the head   of the standings with an 8-1 demolition of MSE/MIS team. Basak FC, meanwhile, slotted into second place after beating BKE FC 3-1. Anvaya FC edged White Tiger FC 1-0 to take the third spot.  TRANSLATED BY IN SOPHENG

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