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Orcas orchestrate victory in U14 Girls Cup

Orcas orchestrate victory in U14 Girls Cup


Battambang-based Vancouver PWC Alumni Orcas won the Barclays/ISF Football Cup for U14 Girls, beating ANDC Bulls of Phnom Penh 3-0 in the final at Old Stadium on Saturday.


On the way to the final, Vancouver PWC outplayed Sangkhuem FC from Siem Reap 2-0 while ANDC Bulls got the better of Battambang’s Tonle Sap Teddy Bears in their semifinals.

Teams from across the Kingdom took part in the one-day competition organised by the Indochina Starfish Foundation, an international charity that helps disadvantaged children in Cambodia.

The teams were split in to four groups, with the top two of each progressing to knockout quarterfinals.

Report by H S Manjunath
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To contact the reporter on this story: Bridget Di Certo at [email protected]

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