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Sizzling SALT girls shake through to U16s semis

Sizzling SALT girls shake through to U16s semis

Battambang’s SALT Academy emerged as the clear front-runners for the 2014 National U16 Women’s Football title after completing the group stage at the Olympic Stadium on Monday with a perfect four wins out of four, having scored an impressive 26 goals.

SALT topped Group A and will face Group B runners up Svay Rieng Department of Education, Youth, and Sport in today’s semifinal from 2:30pm.

The other matchup at 4:30pm sees Yeay Mao Pich Nel take on Group B winners Siem Reap Angkor.


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