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PwC Alumni spoil Teddy Bears picnic in U14 Cup

PwC Alumni spoil Teddy Bears picnic in U14 Cup

In an all-Battambang final, PwC Alumni extended their unbeaten record with a 4-1 win over Tonle Sap Teddy Bears to win the Barclays ISF U14 Girls Football Tournament at the Mekong field on Saturday.

The finalists dished out an entertaining fare for hundreds of spectators and though the Alumni girls enjoyed a big chunk of the exchanges, the Teddy Bears put up a stout-hearted show.

The Blue Eagles from Andong and G Girls from Battambang shared the third place in the fourth edition of this annual tournament, which attracted 25 teams from all over the country.


To contact the reporter on this story: H S Manjunath at [email protected] 


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