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Winners crowned in CamEd Futsal Cup tournament

Winners crowned in CamEd Futsal Cup tournament

Crown FC clinched the 2014 CamEd Futsal Cup on Saturday after edging Knight FC 2-1 after extra time in the final played on the artificial pitches of KB All Sports Club.

Meanwhile, Bdude FC beat Blue FC 3-2 in the third place playoff. Elite FC were handed the Fair Play trophy, while D2D FC hotshot Phea Vannak claimed the Golden Boot award for top scoring with 26 goals in the tournament.

CamEd Business School President Casey Barnett said that the competition would increase from 20 to 25 teams next year and they would also organise a Women’s Futsal Cup in February 2015.

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