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Women’s teams set for championship groups

Women’s teams set for championship groups

The draw for the 2013 National Women’s Football Championships was held yesterday at the offices of the Football Federation of Cambodia, with 10 participating teams bracketed into two groups for the fourth edition of the annual tournament to be held at Olympic Stadium from August 16-23.

Group A will feature AFF, Baksei Chamkrong (from Siem Reap), Cambodia Rainbow Association (Kampong Chhnang), Department of Education, Youth and Sport (Kratie) and Yeay Mao Pich Nile (Kampong Speu), while Group B includes Arti Reach Phnom Svay, Department of Education, Youth and Sport (Kampong Thom), Phnom Penh Crown, Department of Education, Youth and Sport (Pailin) and Kandal Football Association.


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