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Rugby players to vie for places in national team

Rugby players to vie for places in national team

The Cambodian Federation of Rugby will host a game at 3pm tomorrow at the Old Stadium between two sides comprised of locally based players to help select members for the national team, which takes on Brunei in two matches on July 5 and 7 at the same ground as part of the 2013 HSBC Asian 5 Nations Division V competition.

Watching from the stands tomorrow will be Scottish rugby legend Gavin Hastings, who will also attend grassroots training sessions this morning at 3G Field and this evening at Krousar Thmey school.

The former British & Irish Lions fullback is the keynote speaker at tomorrow night’s black tie CFR Gala Dinner held at Raffles Hotel Le Royal from 7pm. 

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