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PKR sides produce epic

PKR sides produce epic

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Two junior teams attached to Metfone C-League heavyweights Preah Khan Reach produced a stunning 13-13 draw in the U10 boys section of the Barclays Capital ISF Junior football League at the Phnom Penh Crown FC grounds in Tuol Kork on Sunday.

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Boys vie for the ball during their Barclays Capital ISF League match on Sunday at the Phnom Penh Crown FC Ground in Tuol Kork.

The second string from PKR are currently at the top of the table with 10 points, three clear of PKR 1’s.

In the day’s other matches, Onslow trounced ISF Flying Tigers 12-3, while the Malu Lions managed to pip the Seasiders 7-6.

Blue Eagles 1 proved too good for Blue Eagles 2, winning 11-4, and Komar Athyreach were equally punishing against the Blue Flag in a 13-3 rout.

PKR also enjoyed a trouble free run in the U14 Boys Champions League, trouncing MJB 12-0. In an interesting duel, the Seasiders prevailed over the Tynesiders 3-2. Komar Athyreach ended up 5-2 winners over ISF Flying Tigers and Komar Takhau easily had the measure of Blue Eagles 3-0. Phnom Penh Crown head the standings with 12 points, ahead of ISF Flying Tigers on 10 points.

Komar Takkhau, who are the frontrunners in the boys U14 Premier section, posted 12-2 win over Cains Advocates. ANDC Bulls recorded a runaway 9-0 victory over Blue Eagles while New Hope eked out a 3-1 win over Black Fins.

Komar Takhua (15 points) and ANDC Bulls (12 points) are the top two in the table.

In the Girls U18 league, Juice Master United retired 5-1 winners over The Blue Eagles. In Sunday’s other match, The Coballers were too good for C/S Larrikins 4-0.

ANDC Bulls are the current table toppers with 15 points ahead of the Coballers (12).

Super Sonics put out Northbridge Nomads 4-2 in the only Girls U14 fixture of the day.

CCF6 find themselves leading the league with seven points, just one clear of Northbridge Nomads.

The leagues resumes next Sunday at the same venue.

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