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Volleyball team win both tune ups against Vietnamese sides

Volleyball team win both tune ups against Vietnamese sides

The Cambodian National Volleyball team registered a pair of friendly fixture victories at the Olympic Stadium over the weekend in their preparation for next month’s SEA Games in Indonesia. The home side secured a 3-1 win over a team from Long An province in Vietnam on Saturday, before labouring to an enthralling 3-2 triumph over another Vietnamese side from Ben Tre on Sunday. “Our Cambodian volleyball team is more developed than in previous years and we hope to go with confidence to the SEA Games,” said Boeung Kimtor, General Secretary of the Cambodian Volleyball Federation.

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