Metfone C-League games featured the four teams in the bottom five places in the table. I was hoping for at least a few goals to write home about but we were only served up half a dozen and the matches were pretty turgid affairs. The two bottom clubs with just a point apiece before today, doubled their tally with a 1-1 draw to remain rooted to the bottom places. Prek Pra gave their noisy supporters something to cheer on 17 minutes when Sos Souhana, a recent addition to the national team squad, used his quick feet to poke a shot inside the far post before the keeper could scramble across, to open the scoring. They just about edged it and were putting on more pressure in the 2nd half but with Mat Hasan and Sen Soukey messing up a couple of guilt-edged opportunities, it was Rithysen who stole the equalizer. Seth Kamel had the presence of mind to set up full-back Tam Yousos as he arrived late in the box, and he finished with some aplomb with eight minutes to go. There was still time for Rithysen's Keo Dara and Preak Pra's Philip Ali to waste more glorious openings and set the seal on a 1-1 draw that never really ignited. It was Rithysen's second draw of the campaign and with their recent foreign additions to the team, including the busy Dennis Nwaizu in midfield, they look stronger than they did at the start of the season.