Faces in the crowd include BBU skipper Prum Putsethy (left) and Ung Marady in front and Augustine Ogbni bringing up the rear. Photo nicksellsphotographyCurrent Metfone C-League leaders Build Bright United may've been the surprise package of the first half of the season but they are determined to prevent some of the bigger names from dominating the 2nd half of the campaign. They presently sit a point above Naga Corp and 3 points above Phnom Penh Crown. In Nuth Sinoun they have the league's leading scorer with 10 goals and a steely determination to continue where they left off. This weekend they face a tricky test against a resurgent Kirivong line-up, as the first match on Saturday and the following Wednesday they come face to face with the team in 2nd spot, Naga. So there's no hiding place for BBU if they really are to offer a strong challenge for this season's championship. Some of the BBU team have been keeping a close eye on proceedings from the Olympic Stadium grandstand.
The C-League's top scorer BBU's Nuth Sinoun is in front (left), mixing with two Prek Pra Keila players, Mat Hasan (blue) and Philip Ali behind (white). Photo nicksellsphotography