Cambodia retain top spot on EAAFL ladder even after Malaysia beats Thailand
Posted by Vietnam Swans on March 1, 2013
Last weekend, the Malaysian Warriors hosted the Thailand Tigers in Kuala Lumpur and managed to win by 32 points: 13. 7. 85 to Thailand’s 8. 5. 53 in the second round of the EAAFL.
For a full match report, click onto the official match review by the Warriors’ Adam “Snakes” Kaminski which can be found on the .
In terms of the EAAFL ladder, four teams have now played one team each – and the Swannies are still at the bottom of those four teams.
Cambodia hang onto top spot with a percentage of 229; then comes Malaysia with one win and a percentage of 164 followed by the two win-less teams, Thailand (61 per cent) and Vietnam (44 per cent).
In four weeks time, on 30 March, the Swannies face a significant challenge when we travel to Malaysia for an away game against the Warriors.
To see the full draw of the EAAFL, .
To like the EAAFL Facebook page, .