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Two teams complete Leo Cup finals line-up

Two teams complete Leo Cup finals line-up

The remaining two berths for next month’s Leo Cup national volleyball competition finals were grabbed over the weekend during a provincial preliminary round in Sihanoukville.

Takeo and Sihanoukville Public Team won their semi-finals over White Elephant and Two Lions Club respectively to secure safe passage to the 16-team finals, which will be held at Beeline Arena from October 18-26.

They will join the top two teams from each of the other four provincial centres – Phnom Penh, Kampong Cham, Battambang and Siem Reap – along with the top six finishers from last year’s tournament.

In Sunday’s final, Sihanoukville Public team beat Takeo 3-1 to claim the $450 winners prize, while the runners-up collected $250.

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