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June, 03 2014 10:09:06

Eight teams to vie for Larue Cup

HCM CITY (VNS)  — Eight qualifying futsal teams from Ca Mau, Binh Dinh, Quang Nam, Quang Tri and Da Nang will compete for the Larue Cup on June 9-10.

Held on the east banks of the Han River in Da Nang City, the tournament pits the teams in two groups with the top two teams after round-robin matches within each group contesting the semi-final.

Tournament winners will get a cash prize of VND100 million (US$4,800), while the runner-up and third place finisher will get VND50 million ($2,400) and VND30 million ($1,400) respectively. The fourth-ranked team will be given VND20 million ($952).

Da Nang yesterday hosted the qualifying rounds for the tournament, in which nearly 100 teams participated. — VNS


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