Metfone C-League points and their joyous celebrations, but Kivanatak literally handed them their win on a plate. To be honest, this particular referee has had a tough baptism into officiating in the middle. He sent off 4 players in his first game and has a knack of flashing cards of various colours in each game he's in charge. Yesterday it was just five yellows and one red, which is far fewer than normal, but some crucial decisions he made impacted on Khemara, who are down in the dumps anyway and this just added to their woes. Just before the hour mark he deemed a well-timed tackle from Ouk Chheng Hort as a foul and Prek Pra gratefully accepted his gift of the penalty kick to open up a two-goal lead. Within a minute, he added insult to injury for Khemara, when he couldn't wait to flash a straight red card at sub Chhun Kirivatharo for what looked to everyone like a 50-50 challenge with Nigerian full-back Christopher Kingstone. The latter's yelp and rolling around didn't help but I thought it was a poor decision and Kirivatharo confirmed afterwards that his reluctance to leave the field was because he won the ball and the Kingstone clattered into him. With their best bet for a goal or two, Kuoch Sokumpheak, already limping from a 1st-half heel injury, there was no way back for Khemara and Prek Pra scored again to give them a massive lift in this their first season in the C-League. Their joy was unrestrained and their noisy young fans loved every minute of it. And rightfully so, especially after suffering such a tragedy last weekend when their striker Wilson Mene died of a heart attack on the same pitch. Prek Pra's goals came from Sos Souhana, that Sot Sa Aun penalty and You Arafat, four minutes from the end.