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Volleyball’s Leo Cup donated prize fund

Volleyball’s Leo Cup donated prize fund

The Cambodian Volleyball Federation has received a smash in the right direction thanks to 40 million riels (US$9,913) towards the prize fund for their flagship event, the 2012 Leo Cup National Championships.

Boonrawd Trading, who import Thai beverage Leo Beer, and CP & Trading International Co, Ltd, have donated the sum to help boost volleyball in the Kingdom.

The tournament will run from May 12 to July 14, with five centres – including Phnom Penh, Battambang, Siem Reap, Kampong Cham and Sihanoukville – hosting group stage games before qualifiers congregate at Olympic Stadium for the knockout rounds.

104 men’s teams from nationwide clubs and associations are slated to participate.

To contact the reporter on this story: Chhorn Norn at [email protected]
Translated by In Sopheng

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