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SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:48 pm

PM HE Holds Gathering with Cambodian Athletes for 30th SEA Games in the Philippines
AKP Phnom Penh, November 18, 2019 --

Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo HE has held a get-together and gave recommendations to an over 400-member sports delegation of Cambodia, before their departure for the 30th SEA Games in the Philippines.

At the gathering held at the Peace Palace this afternoon, Samdech Techo HE advised all the athletes to respect the rules of the games and not to use any banned substances.

As an athlete, losing or winning is normal, but the important thing is not to violate the rules of the tournaments, he underlined.

On the occasion, the Prime Minister also handed over all athletes and delegates some pocket money before their departure for the Philippines.

At the 30th SEA Games to take place from Nov. 30 to Dec. 11, 2019, the Cambodian athletes will compete in many sports events such as taekwondo, Khmer boxing, tennis, wrestling, beach volleyball, U22 football, basketball, swimming, gymnastics, table tennis, badminton, martial arts, golf, sailing, Karate, etc.

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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:09 am

Asian Football | 5 h ago
SEA Games 2019: Philippines vs Cambodia live stream, updates, when and where to watch
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Hosts Philippines are taking on Cambodia U-22s in their opening match in the men’s football tournament of the 2019 SEA Games at the Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila, Philippines on Monday.

As many as 11 ASEAN nations are fighting each other to finish on the podium in the men’s football tournament in this year’s Southeast Asian Games being hosted by the Philippines.

The competing nations have been split into two groups during a group stage draw with hosts Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia and Timor-Leste making up Group A while Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, Singapore and Brunei Darussalam featuring in Group B.

Top two teams from each group will qualify for the knockout stages with the semifinals scheduled for December 7 and the third-place play-off and final to be played on December 10. The Rizal Memorial Stadium and the City of Imus Grandstand will host the matches in the tournament.

When to watch?

The SEA Games 2019 men’s football match between Philippines and Cambodia will take place on November 25, 2019 and kicks off at 8 PM HKT.

The Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila, Philippines will play host to the game.

Where to watch?

You can follow LIVE updates from this SEA Games 2019 men’s football match via our Matchday Blog on FOXSportsAsia.com.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:01 pm

An impressive performance by the Cambodian football team has put them through to the semi-finals.

Cambodia Qualify for SEA Games Semi-Final
By: Editor, December 5, 2019 9:59 am

Cambodia qualified for their first-ever SEA Games semi-final at the 2019 edition in the Philippines, thanks to a remarkable 3-1 win over Malaysia.

Prior to the match, Cambodia sat level on points with both Malaysia and the Philippines, with their hopes of pulling off an unlikely upset seeming slim. The tournaments’ hosts had no issue in dispatching Timor Leste 6-1, in a resounding victory which seemed to confirm their passage to the knockout stage.

However, the Angkor Warriors kicked things into gear at the start of the second half of their game against the heavy favorites. Midfielder In Sodavid opened the scoring for Cambodia in the 56th minute and was soon followed by rising star striker Sieng Chanthea, as the 17-year-old forward netted his second goal of the tournament just a minute later.

The remarkable result was wrapped up in the 68th minute when experienced over-age player Keo Sokpheng added a third. Malaysia scored a consolation goal through half-Australian midfielder Quentin Cheng, currently in the academy of Australian side Central Coast Mariners, but it was ultimately too little too late for Harimau Malaya.

In the end, the scoreline turned out to be incredibly significant, as Cambodia were able to secure passage on goal difference – having scored just one more than the Philippines and conceding the same number.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Thu Dec 05, 2019 7:16 pm

December 5, 2019
2019 SEA Games: Cambodia’s medal tally climbs to 21
Cambodia’s medal tally in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games climbed after a series of bronze-medal wins in arnis.
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From 13, Cambodia’s medal tally jumped to 21 after it won eight more bronze between December 2 and 3. Cambodia did not win any medal yesterday.

All of the eight new medals for Cambodia came from arnis. So far, arnis has produced all of Cambodia’s medals except for one silver that the sepak takraw (men) team won. Cambodia’s sole gold medal so far also came from arnis.

Four of the eight arnis bronze medals that were added to the latest tally are courtesy of Eng Sou Mala and Chhem Sila. Eng placed third in both the traditional and non-traditional anyo categories (women), while Chhem took the bronze in the men’s side of the same arnis categories.

Despite the increased medal tally, Cambodia’s ranking among participating countries actually went down. From being number seven three days ago, Cambodia slid to the ninth spot just ahead of Laos and the still medal-less Timor-Leste

Cambodia’s medal haul is expected to increase in the coming days when the final matches for the other disciplines where it is strong, including petanque and taekwondo, will be played. Many matches were also rescheduled due to Typhoon Kammuri, which hit the Philippines this week.

Except in arnis and sepak takraw, the first five days of the SEA Games did not go well for the Cambodia delegation.

The Cambodian baseball team opened its SEA Games campaign on a losing note after a 12-0 drubbing by host Philippines during their game at Clark Field on Dec 3.

The indoor volleyball team (men), meanwhile, lost its opening match to the Philippines at the Philsport Arena in Pasig on a score of 29-27, 25-17, 25-17

The result in indoor hockey was much better, where Cambodia’s women team drew its opening game versus Singapore yesterday, 3-3. This performance is particularly impressive given that Singapore has one of the best indoor hockey teams in Southeast Asia.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Dec 08, 2019 8:13 am

Semifinals: Vietnam vs Cambodia
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End of the match 4-0 for Vietnam

Cambodia's inspirational fairy tale story has come to an end at Rizal Memorial tonight. Vietnam earn a deserving 4-0 victory, and a place in the final to meet group stage rival Indonesia.
[Match comments and some video on the link.]
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:49 pm

Cambodia women's indoor hockey team put up a tremendous fight in the quarter finals and narrowly missed out on a place in the semi-finals.
Well done ladies !

PH scores huge win vs. Cambodia to give SEA Games indoor hockey medal hopes late boost
By Dugout Philippines - December 8, 2019

The Philippines pulled off a breakthrough 4-3 win against Cambodia at the Centtro Mall Convention Center here on Saturday night that gave the host team a good position to secure a semifinal seat in the Southeast Asian Games women’s indoor hockey event.

Maria Castillo saved the day for the Filipinas as she scored the game-winning goal with less than a minute left to salvage the win despite squandering a 3-1 halftime lead.

Skipper Denizelle Rasing drew first blood for the Philippines with a goal off a penalty corner in the 11th minute, while Jaylene Lumbo converted another penalty corner to make it 2-0 two minutes later.

In full: https://www.dugout.ph/ph-scores-huge-wi ... ia-to-give
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:21 pm

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Cambodia’s Taekwondo Star Sorn Seavmey Wins Gold Medal at SEA Games 2019
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Manila, Phnom Penh (FN), Dec. 8 – Cambodian taekwondo star Sorn Seavmey has won a gold medal at the 30th SEA Games, held Sunday in Manila, Philippines, according to Thong Khon, president of National Olympic Committee of Cambodia.
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Another taekwondo athlete Chhoeung Alisa has won a silver medal at the 2019 SEA Games.

Seavmey was a 2013 SEA Games gold medalist in Myanmar and the 2017 SEA Games in Malaysia. She won Cambodia's first gold medal at the Asian Games since its participation in 1954.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:47 pm

BREAKING NEWS: Cambodia’s Khan Jessa Claims a Jiu-jitsu Gold Medal at SEA Games 2019
09/12/19 17:39
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Manila (FN), Dec. 9 – Cambodian jiu-jitsu athlete Khan Jessa has claimed a gold medal at the 30th SEA Games, held Monday in Manila, Philippines, Vath Chamroeun, secretary general of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia told Fresh News today.

The Cambodian-Mexican American jiu-jitsu martial arts practitioner Jessa Khan, represented Cambodia, had also claimed a gold medal in the women's 49kg newaza in the 2018 Asian Games.
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Today’s victory has marked Cambodia's fourth gold medal at the 30th SEA Games, following the first gold in arnis, the second in petenque, and the third in taekwondo.

Cambodia’s medal tally in the 2019 SEA Games has climbed to 36, including four gold, six silver, and 26 bronze.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Tue Dec 10, 2019 10:02 am

December 10, 2019
Cambodia and Myanmar battle for third place today

Despite the heartbreaking loss to Vietnam last Saturday, Cambodia still has a chance to redeem itself and bring home a medal as it battles Myanmar today for third place in men’s football in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.

The Cambodia versus Myanmar will start 3pm (Cambodia time) at Rizal Memorial Stadium.

Cambodia is coming off a 4-0 loss to Vietnam, while Myanmar is still smarting from a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Indonesians.

Myanmar is the slight favorite to win after it beat Cambodia, 2-1, in the group stage. In that game, Cambodia pulled ahead in the first half before Myanmar mounted a comeback and scored the next two goals to top Group A.

Cambodia will have a strong chance of beating Myanmar only if mainstays Sieng Chanthea and Keo Sokpheng recover from a lackluster performance against Vietnam, which drubbed Cambodia, 4-0, in the semifinals. The duo, which has terrorised opposing teams with their slick movements, went scoreless against Vietnam.
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Re: SEA Games 2019, November 30-December 11

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Tue Dec 10, 2019 11:08 am

Updated results: With just one more day to go until the end of the SEA Games 2019, Cambodia has now won four gold medals, four silver, and 31 bronze, a total medal score more than double the previous games. Well done to all the athletes who participated.
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