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Registration open for youth b-ball tourney

Registration open for youth b-ball tourney

The Cambodia Basketball Federation will roll out a youth tournament in the 3x3 format for boys and girls on the outdoor courts at the Olympic Stadium on January 23 and 30, both Saturdays.

The categories of competition offered for the boys are U18, U15 and U10, while 10 teams each will compete in two girls events – one for U15 and the other for the 15 and over.

Four players are permitted in each team, requiring local players to provide their national birth certificates for proof of age. Foreign players need to furnish a copy of their valid passports.

Registration will end on January 17. The fee has been fixed at $10 for each team. In the boys section, the U18 will be restricted to 20 teams, the U15s will have 15 teams and the U12s will be kept to 10.

Registration forms will be available at Room 11 in the CBF Office at the National Sports Complex. Details can be obtained from deputy secretary-general Kao Kannaly on 012 417 254 or 070 463 752, or [email protected].

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