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Teams tackle group foes in Hun Sen Cup

Teams tackle group foes in Hun Sen Cup

The second round of games of the seventh Samdech Hun Sen Cup final phase group stage kicks off this afternoon with Group A and B clashes at two venues.

The 2pm match at Olympic Stadium pits Group B’s Western University, who lost their opening game 3-0 to Build Bright United, against National Police Commissary, the team that crushed Kampot 6-0 two weeks ago.

Naga Corp, the 10-0 conquerors of Kratie, then take on qualifiers Khan Chamkamon in a Group A encounter from 4pm.

The Old Stadium will host Group B’s other match-up between Kampot and BBU at 2pm, before Kratie meet 2010 champions Ministry of National Defence, who come off a 3-0 rout of Chamkamon, at 4pm. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Chris Derbuc at [email protected]


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