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Cambodia fall 2-1 to Young Lions of Singapore.

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-09-2011 in
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Singapore came from behind to beat Cambodia 2-1 in the second game on Wednesday night to add to the woes of Cambodia in the football event of the on going SEA games.

The Cambodians, who were spanked 6-0 by Indonesia in their first game, took the lead in the 35th minute through a freak looking goal to put themselves int he driving seat after being pegged to their half for much of the first 20 minutes.

Cambodia takes on Singapore in Crucial tie

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-09-2011 in
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Cambodia will today look to put behind their faltered start to the SEA games football as the Team take on Singapore in the Second Game of the Group stage.

As the Nation Celebrate their Independence today which coincides with the start of the three days Water Festival the football team will look to give their teeming fans something to cheer.

SEA GAMES FOOTBALL: Indonesia Trashed Cambodia 6-0 as Defending Champions held by Singapore.

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-08-2011 in
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Hosts Indonesia showed to mercy on Monday night to whitewash Cambodia 6-0 in the second game of Group A of men’s football played at the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.

With the host Needing a win to show their intent to go for the gold medal at the biennial championship, the Indonesians raced to a four goal lead at the half before adding two further goals after the break.

Vietnam and Myammar Set The Pace as Cambodia takes on the SEA Games host in Football

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-07-2011 in
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Vietnam and Myammar have set the pace in the Football event of the 26th SEA Games currently underway in Lebak Bulus Stadium, Jakarta Indonesia after both teams played out a Scoreless draw on Saturday in the Group B encounter.

Farewell Dinner for SEA Games bound Contingent

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-04-2011 in
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The Cambodian Contingent to the 26th SEA Games were treated to a Sumptuous Gala Dinner hosted by NagaWorld yesterday as a send-off for the Indonesia-bound delegation.

The Occasion witnessed by other NOCC's Corporate sponsors was presided over by the President of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia and Tourism Minister, Dr. Thong Khon, who handed over a Cambodian national Flag to the General Secretary of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia, Vath Chamroeun, who is leading the Cambodian squad as the Chef de Mission.

Cambodia’s Foreign based athletes arrive for SEA Games,

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-02-2011 in
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No less than three of the foreign based Cambodian athletes touched down in the Kingdom on Tuesday night ahead of their last lap of preparation for the 26th SEA games, which are set to start in less than 10 days time in Indonesia.

Malaysia beats China as Cambodia finishes Seventh

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: November-01-2011 in
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Malaysia maintained their 100% run in the 4th China Asean Invitational Basketball Tournament by piping China Guangxi 74-72 to emerge champions in the finals played on Monday night in front of over 5000 fans.

Malaysia dispatched Myanmar, Singapore, China Pingguo, Laos and Hong Kong in the group stage. They went on to trash Chinese Taipei who finished runners up in group B 95- 80 to reach the Finals.

In the finals, they met a stiff resistance from China Guangxi and the tie could have gone either way but in the end Malaysia prevailed 74-72 to win the 11 team Tournament.

PM gives a boost for SEA Games Contingent

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: October-31-2011 in
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The Cambodian Delegation to the SEA games were Monday given a boost by the Prime Minister Hun Sen who announced a Cash award of 300 USD for all delegates and a further 3000 USD for Gold medalist, 2000 USD for Silver medalists and 1000 USD for bronze medalists.

The PM made this announcement at a reception held in honour of the SEA games bound contingent.

In his speech, the Prime Minister encouraged the athletes and coaches to put in their best to win laurels for the Kingdom in the biennial event which will take place in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia from 11th - 22nd November 2011.

Hong Kong Dashes Cambodia's Dream

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: October-30-2011 in
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Cambodia’s dream of winning honors at the 4th China-Asean Invitational Basketball Tournament was finally punctured on Sunday following defeat to Hong Kong in the first playoff to determine the 5th/6th place win.

The Cambodian team lost to Chinese Taipei 103-96 on Saturday to miss a place for the Semi Finals and was pitched against 4th place finisher from Group A.

Chinese Taipei cruise into Semi finals pipping Cambodia 103-96

By: Ken Gadaffi Posted: October-30-2011 in
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Cambodia's Hope of making it to the Semi finals of the 4th China-Asean Invitational Tournament suffered a blow as the team lost 96-103 to Chinese Taipei on Saturday. With both sides need victory in the last group tie haven both won two matches and lost one in previous group games. It was Chinese taipei who started the better side. Taipei began the game brightly, breaking quickly and keeping Cambodia on the back foot for the first Quarter finishing 28-21.

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