Western Uni didn't have it all their own way and Chhlam Samuth nosed in front three minutes before the break. The Uni defence were guilty of ball-watching as Chan Youhan's cross sailed to the far post where Sunday Ayodele got the decisive touch. Within six minutes of the restart, Western were back on level terms when Hy Sokveng was on hand to volley in Long Boran's bye-line cross. It was pretty much even until two moments of individual magic by Uni substitute Korng Sopheak in the last seven minutes turned the game on its head. He picked up the ball on the edge of the box, looked up and unleashed a powerful drive that sailed over the goalkeeper's head and into the net. With just two minutes to go Sopheak repeated the feat in almost identical fashion, as he spotted the keeper five yards off his goal-line and gave him no chance. Two goals of real quality will give the university team a much-needed boost in confidence.
BBU were missing some regulars and crashed to a 4-0 defeat to Police