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Samrong High School win girls tournament

Samrong High School win girls tournament

Samrong High School got the better of Po Monkol School 1-0 to win the Seventh Barclays-ISF U-14 Girls Football Tournament, which concluded at the ISF Ground on Saturday.

24 teams from Phnom Penh and eight provincial teams took part in the day-long tournament that included a two-hour event for 90 players with intellectual disabilities from partner organisations in Kandal and Phnom Penh as part of FIFA for Hope program.

The Indochina Starfish Foundation (ISF) has been running a grassroots football program since 2007. Following support from Barclays Capital over the last six years, the girls tournament has grown in strength with almost 300 players benefiting from a day of football.


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