AFL’s website: Vietnam Swans win Indochina Cup
Posted by Vietnam Swans on December 6, 2010
Today, the AFL’s website announced on the front page of its website: . Below is an excerpt from the full article.
On Saturday, November 27, the Indochina Cup was held in Ho Chi Minh City with football and netball teams from Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam competing for the annual trophy.
The Saigon Shooters won the netball, while the Vietnam Swans won the footy after finishing the tournament undefeated.
The Swans beat the Cambodian Cobras by 12 points in round one, thrashed the Thailand Tigers by 64 points in round two, and edged out the Lao Elephants by two goals in round three.
The 4th Indochina Cup followed the 11th Asian Championships, which saw 12 teams and around 600 players and supporters from across Asia in attendance for the competition in Shanghai…
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Other articles about the Vietnam Swans that have appeared on the AFL’s official website include:
- , 22 June 2009. Reviews the ANZAC Day Match, Kanchanaburi, Thailand which was hosted by the Thailand Tigers.
- , 17 August 2008. Former Vietnam Swans’ coach, Scotty Stacey, explains what it’s like playing footy in Vietnam and Asia.
- , 30 June 2008. Covers the meeting with Miss Australia, Laura Dundovic and the formation of the national Vietnam Swans team.
To read additional articles about the Vietnam Swans that have appeared in the media, click here.