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Petanque Championships finds winners from the pits

Petanque Championships finds winners from the pits

The 2011 National Petanque Championships wrapped up on Sunday at the pits in the National Sports Complex. In the marquee event of division A1 mixed triples, the team from the Logistics Department of the Ministry of Interior beat their equivalents from the Ministry of Defence in a runaway 12-4 finals victory. The A1 men’s doubles was also won by the Ministry of Interior Logistics team, while the Ministry of Defence claimed the A1 women’s doubles. Also in Sunday’s finals, Heng Tha triumphed in the men’s A1 individuals category with Nob Chhorlyka taking the women’s title. Takeo provincial department of Education, Youth and Sport won the A2 division triples trophy.

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