Phnom Penh Crown Academy boys turned out to be a rout against the Festival U-13 champions from Kompong Chhnang this morning. The youngsters from the Cambodia Foundation Organization that triumphed in last week's Festival of Football for U-13s were simply no match for the passing ability of the Crown Academy, who took charge of the game early on and never released their grip. The final score of 13-1 was kind to the visitors, with the Academy boys missing as many as they scored. Mat Sakrovy netted the first after three minutes, added a second ten minutes later before Ken Chansopheak and Orn Chanpolin with a long range effort doubled the score. Two goals near half-time, both great efforts from Pov Ponvuthy, gave the Academy a clear 6-0 lead at the interval. Coach Bouy Dary rang the changes at the interval and Long Phearath, who was in goal for the 1st half, stepped up as striker and scored two goals within five minutes of the restart. His reward for the two goals was to be dropped into defence. Vat Samnang scored a stunning 20 yard free-kick, before Phoeun Sopheak moved up from defence to score the first of a notable hat-trick, displaying neat ball control and a cool finish way beyond his years. Theang Chhaya, the game's smallest player, raced through to score before the visitors got their consolation goal from a well-directed free-kick. Sopheak completed his hat-trick with another solo effort as the referee brought the one-sided game to a close and the Academy recorded a memorable 13-1 victory. It was essentially a masterclass in youth football and impressed the watching Andy Smith, the managing director of Crown's Academy partners, the Asia Pacific Football Academy, who'd come to Cambodia from New Zealand to assess the progress being made by the Academy boys.