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Petanque team add gold and silver to their games’ tally

Publication date 19 May 2022 | 20:43 | ICT

The Cambodian Petanque team won one more gold and one more silver medal for the nation on their final day of competition at the 31st SEA Games in Vietnam on May 19, while the Vovinam and Taekwondo teams also added to the tally.



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