LOCAL amateur football sides Sovatepheap Gaz and Phnom Penh Computer booked their place in the Football For All tournament semifinals after victories Saturday. Sovatepheap Gaz – third in last year’s competition – defeated Senate Team by a solitary goal, and Phnom Penh Computer emerged victorious from a thrilling 4-3 encounter with Phoumin Khmer. Semifinals will play out February 28 at Olympic Stadium, with Sovatepheap Gaz facing Chamcar Nonong, and Phnom Penh Computer up against reigning champions Flying Motor Shop.
Teams advance to semis
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