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Veal Sboy, Prey Veng book places in final

Veal Sboy, Prey Veng book places in final

The 2014 Leo Cup of Volleyball wrapped up its Phnom Penh preliminary round at Beeline Arena on Saturday, with Veal Sboy’s Cambodian Youth Federation and Prey Veng grabbing berths in the final stage as the group’s top two qualifiers.

Veal Sboy edged Prey Veng 3-2 in their final game, with the winners taking home $450 and runners-up collecting $250. Bodyguard Department team won $200 after beating LP 3-0 in the third place play-off. LP got $100.

The Phnom Penh round is the first of four preliminaries for this year’s competition, sponsored by Leo beer. Next up is a round in Sihanoukville from May 6-12, then Kampong Cham from June 3-8 and finally Siem Reap from July 15-20. Dates have yet to be announced for the final stage to be played at Beeline Arena.


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