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Vintage shuttlers to battle at ministry’s badminton event

Vintage shuttlers to battle at ministry’s badminton event

The Ministry of Interior Sport Club will host a two-day badminton competition at the Department of Logistics, located to the south of the Royal Palace, this weekend with entrance restricted to veteran players.

According to Chea Bunheng, general secretary of the Ministry’s Sports Club, 50 participants from 20 clubs have already signed up to compete across three age categories – over 45s, over 50s and over 55s.

“We could host this friendly competition due to support from the Ministry’s Sport Club [as well as] Sar Kheng, the Minister of Interior and Deputy Prime Minister,” added Chea Bunheng. Winners of each division will receive sport shoes, kit and rackets.

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