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A Battambang Mighty Girls player takes a shot in their match against Phnom Penh Crown to highlight International Women's Day on Thursday.
A Battambang Mighty Girls player takes a shot in their match against Phnom Penh Crown to highlight International Women's Day on Thursday. Pha Lina

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A Battambang Mighty Girls player takes a shot in their match against Phnom Penh Crown to highlight International Women's Day on Thursday.

Two of Cambodia's top women's professional teams celebrated the day commemorating the movement for women's rights with a friendly at Crown's RNS Stadium.

There were food and clothing stalls from local, women-run social enterprises, outdoor games and workshops and face painting at the event, which had the slogan "Support women's sport; support women's rights".

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