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Volleyball tournament plays Battambang round

Volleyball tournament plays Battambang round

The 2014 Leo Cup of Volleyball hit off its regional playoff round yesterday in Battambang province, which sees eight squads from five provinces – Battambang, Pailin, Banteay Meanchey, Pursat and Kampong Chhnang – battle for the two places available in the finals, to be held in Phnom Penh this weekend.

A draw has bracketed Battambang Pedagogical Institute, Battambang Cambodian Youth Federation, Phnom Prek Youth and Red Lion in Group A, while Group B consists of Mong Russey, Sampov Lon’s Youth, Banan and Pailin Cambodian Youth Federation.

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