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Sar Kheng Badminton Cup hits up Sihanoukville

Sar Kheng Badminton Cup hits up Sihanoukville

The 10th edition of the Sar Kheng Badmiton Cup will take place in Sihanoukville on May 23-25, attracting participation from local clubs and associations as well as from all three neighbouring countries, according to chief organiser Chea Bunheng.

Approximately 200 players in total will shuffle for shuttle dominance at the Seila Hall in various age categories for doubles in both genders.

Winners of each event will receive $200, runners up will get $150 and $100 for third place finishers. Pairs of rackets and sports kit will also be up for grabs.

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