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Next Step, Taream take Thompson Cup honours

Next Step School from Siem Reap celebrate winning the Ian Thompson Memorial SF Boys Footbal Cup under-14 event.
Next Step School from Siem Reap celebrate winning the Ian Thompson Memorial SF Boys Footbal Cup under-14 event.

Next Step, Taream take Thompson Cup honours

Siem Reap’s Next Step FC and Taream School from Kampong Thom won the under-14 and under-10 events, respectively, in the Ian Thompson Memorial ISF Boys Football Cup, which concluded at the ISF Grounds on Saturday.

Both winners came through penalty shootouts by the same scoreline after being held goalless during regulation time in the finals. While Next Step beat Chumkriel School from Kampot 3-1, Taream edged out ISF CA by the same margin to claim their maiden success in the tournament since joining the ISF Program.

Taream School from Kampong Thom celebrate winning the Ian Thompson Memorial SF Boys Footbal Cup under-10 event.
Taream School from Kampong Thom celebrate winning the Ian Thompson Memorial SF Boys Footbal Cup under-10 event.

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