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NOCC draw line on badminton controversy

NOCC draw line on badminton controversy

Controversy surrounding the appointment of a new executive committee at the Cambodian Badminton Federation has finally been put to rest after the members list was accepted by the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia.

The federation, now in its fourth term, had come under sharp criticism from clubs denied representation at the election meeting held at the National Sports Complex on April 25.

Re-elected CBF President Ly Kosal, who is also an executive officer at the NOCC, claimed all allegations made by the disgruntled club officials were completely unfounded.

To contact the reporter on this story: Yeun Ponlok at [email protected]


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