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Teams to smash and grab prizes in Leo Cup

Teams to smash and grab prizes in Leo Cup

The 2014 Leo Cup of Volleyball concludes this weekend at the indoor hall of Olympic Stadium with teams vying for glory in two trophy competitions and a lion share of cash prizes which total 88 million riel ($22,000).

The tournament hit off provincial qualifiers back on March 31. Battambang Police Department will face Ministry of Interior in the blue ribband event, the final of the Hun Sen Cup, worth 40 million riel to the winners, from 4:30pm tomorrow.

At 2pm, Prey Veng clash with Military Camp 3 in third place playoff. Today’s conclusion to the secondary tier, the Leo Cup, sees Kampot Police Club size up Kampong Cham Police Club from 4:30pm for the 12 million riel winners’ bonus. Hun Sen Smach Deng High School take on Battambang Youth Federation for third place honours from 2pm.

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