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Mixed luck for PKR teams in junior semis

Mixed luck for PKR teams in junior semis

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Junior strings attached to Metfone C-League contenders Preah Khan Reach encountered mixed fortunes in the boys’ U10 semifinals of the Barclays Capital ISF Youth Football League at the Phnom Penh Crown FC grounds in Tuol Kork on Sunday.

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PKR 2 made next Sunday’s final by beating Onslow Aspeca 3-0, but PKR 1 stumbled badly, going down 10-4 to Komar Athyreach.

The PKR 2 v Komar Athyreach showpiece this coming weekend will bring the curtain down on a successful league season.

The finals of all other categories, including the women’s event, were completed earlier this month.

To contact the reporter on this story: H S Manjunath at [email protected]

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