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Sunrise trounce Samrong SS in the ISF Youth League

Sunrise trounce Samrong SS in the ISF Youth League

Team Sunrise were all shine and smile as they trounced Samrong secondary school 10-0 in their Group A tie of the ISF U17 Boys Football League at the National Institute of Sports and Physical Education ground on Sunday.

In other group matches, ISF SMC beat Robos Angkanh School 6-0 while Bong Paoun drew 1-1 with EYC.

In Group B action, Andong were too good for Wat Knong School 8-2 and A New Day Cambodia met little resistance from ILC in their 2-0 win.

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