The successful PUC line-up: LtoR [Back row]; Khim Borey, Bouy Dary, Khuon Laboravy, Sok Rithy, Lorn Sotheara, Rang Borin; [Front row] Phea Vipoup, Lay Raksmey, Sou Yaty, Keo Kosal, Lay Vathanak.I don't have the full details yet but there's an educational institutions cup competition in Cambodia where some of the country's best C-League players turn out for different university teams, risking injury, etc, during the C-League season. I think it's tied to getting a scholarship to study at a particular university, as well as bringing glory to the campus if the team is successful. However, I don't really think that professional players should be representing their university whilst they are contracted to their clubs and in the middle of the regular season. Or am I just being a killjoy? Anyway, the 2010 National Football Championships involved 24 teams from higher educational institutions, technical colleges and provincial teacher training centers. Pannasastra University of Cambodia (PUC) came out on top after a sequence of six successful games, as follows: Prey Veng Pedagogy Center 17-0, University of Health and Science 1-0, Institute for Business Education 4-2, Norton University 4-0 [during the group stage], Asia Europe University 1-0 [semi final], and Svay Rieng University 4-0 in the final. Now when you look at their line-up, you can see why they won the competition, with no less than a dozen members of the international squad including Khim Borey, Keo Sokngorn, Sou Yaty, Khuon Laboravy and more alongwith others such as national youth coaches Bouy Dary and Ieng Saknida. Quite a formidable line-up and one that virtually guaranteed PUC success this season.