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Yenfoo Pakstun Challenge Trophy 2020 Havies hold the edge

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By Shamseer Jaleel

Havelock Sports Club will lock horns with Army Sports Club in their second leg encounter which will be played at Havelock Park today.  

Kick-off is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. under lights.

This encounter is played for the Yenfoo Pakstun Challenge Trophy and awarded to the team which gets the highest aggregate on the two encounters played in 2019/2020. 

Pakstun played for the Park Club as a three quarter. The trophy was donated by Jan Viaskamp who coached the Army outfit in 1979 and now a life member at Havelock SC. He is domiciled in France.

Havies won the first round encounter 25/17 and hold the edge.

Referee Priyantha Gunaratne.

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