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Valentine FC ease to Khmer 79 futsal tournament victory

Valentine FC ease to Khmer 79 futsal tournament victory

Valentine FC hammered DM-Eagle 5-1 in the final of the Khmer 79 futsal tournament on Saturday played at Rama Sports Club in Toul Kork district.

The winners collected gold medals along with a 4 million riel ($1,002) cash prize from sponsors W88.com and other items such as caps and bags.

DM-Eagle received silver medals, 2 million riel and goodies and other participants also picked up some merchandise. Sam Phalla, boss of news website Khmer79.com, told the Post:

“The 16 participating teams are mostly youth sides from clubs from the likes of ministries, government departments and institutes, and are all amateurs. But we are the ones who love sport and cooperation in our society.”

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