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February, 26 2014 14:00:00

Viet Nam is second seed in Super Series

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HA NOI (Biz Hub) — Viet Nam is the second seed in the ISTAF Super Series 2013/14 Finals in Malaysia.

It has been placed in group B along with Myanmar and South Korea

According to the draw made by the Malaysia Sepak Takraw Federation yesterday, Thailand is seeded No 1 and Malaysia No 3. This was the order of the top three teams at the event last year.

Group A comprises Thailand, Indonesia and China, while Group C includes Malaysia, Japan and India.

The event, which will take place between March 5 and 8, will see the participation of 13 men's and nine women's teams from Asia and Europe. — VNS

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