Edgware

BECC beaten in nail-biter

By Danny Caro, August 17, 2009

Belmont & Edgware were beaten by one run in a nail-biter against Wycombe House.

With a number of key players missing for BECC, a team containing three members of the GB Junior Maccabiah team took to the field.

Jonny Feigenbaum and Stuart Davis opened the bowling as they have done many times in the past. he bowling was tight and runs hard to obtain.

Due to a minor injury, Jon Evans was brought into the attack early and once stand-in keeper Michael Blasebalk stood up to the wicket runs dried up and the first wicket fell.

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BECC toppled by Olympians

By Michael Blasebalk, August 5, 2009

A good all-round display from Jon Evans was not enough as Belmont & Edgware were defeated by 40 runs in their latest Middlesex Sunday League clash.

Evans claimed 4-29 with the ball as Bharat Olympians posted 194-8. Having won the toss, the Olympians were initially restricted by Maccabiah bowler Saul Weitzman and Gideon Restan (1-16).

The brakes were kept on when Wienburg (1-24) and Neil Myeroff took over. At 66-2 off 20 overs, it looked like Belmont were definitely in the driving seat.

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MAL maintain winning formula

By Danny Caro, August 3, 2009

Sunday saw a 10th win in 12 matches for MAL, as they took on GWR Trailfinders in a friendly in West Ealing.

Having been inserted, on a good-looking track and with the weather set fair, MAL looked to set a good total.

At the end of the 11th over with the score on 70-1, with Matt Shorts and Mark Landau going well, a total of upwards of 250 looked on the cards.

Both fell in quick succession, for 37 and 20, to leave MAL at 75-3. Jamie Breslaw and Yitzi Hill stabilised things with an enterprising stand of 53 in 11 overs before Hill was stumped for 22.

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‘Voice of the Stars’

By sasha, July 21, 2009
Time:
Thursday 23 July
1:00pm - 2:00pm

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MAL edge out Belmont and Edgware in thriller

By Danny Caro, July 6, 2009

BECC II 197-8, MAL 201-7. MAL won by 3 wickets

MAL consolidated their position at the top of the Maccabi Sunday League, with a three wicket against Belmont & Edgware.

After inserting BECC, opening bowlers Yoav Lebens and Tony Wise started well, with both swinging the ball and extracting bounce.

Alex Ziff was soon back in the pavilion for a duck, as Wise trapped him in front. He was quickly followed by Simon Durban, bowled by a cracker from Lebens who sent leg stump flying out the ground.

Daniel Geey joined Warren Averbuch with the score on 16-2, and set about a rebuilding job.

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Masorti birthday

By Jay Grenby, July 2, 2009

Edgware Masorti Synagogue launched a year-long celebration of its 25th anniversary with a civic Shabbat service.

As revealed in a commemorative issue of the Edgware Masorti Times, the community was established in 1984 by nine families as the Conservative Synagogue of North-West London. It soon became the first Masorti-branded community in Europe.

It moved in 1996 to its Bakery Path site where a synagogue and community centre were built. Its first minister was Rabbi Chaim Weiner, now director of the European Masorti Beth Din, followed in 2000 by current minister, Rabbi Jeremy Collick.

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Nomads destroy Belmont and Edgware

By Danny Caro, June 29, 2009

Casual Nomads recorded an emphatic 10-wicket Maccabi League win against Belmont & Edgware at Shenley.

Electing to bat on a humid afternoon, Belmont & Edgware made a solid start with Phil Mayer (49) and Cliff Horowitz (31) punishing the occasional short or wide delivery.

But the Nomads bowlers maintained tight control throughout the innings, with Oscar Brodkin (3-15) and Simon Renshaw (3-30) the main destroyers as the visitors were bowled out for modest but competitive 162 in the 38th over.

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Rabbis for Human Rights in Edgware

May 14, 2009

AROUND 60 people were at Edgware Reform Synagogue to hear ministers who recently toured Israel under the “Rabbis for Human Rights” banner discuss their experiences. The rabbis — Liberal Judaism chief executive Danny Rich, Wimbledon Reform’s Rabbi Sylvia Rothschild and the host congregation’s Danny Smith — also showed a short documentary on their trip and answered audience questions.

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Terminator: Salvation

By chris, May 12, 2009
Time:
Wednesday 10 June
9:30pm - 11 June 2009, 9:00pm

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Family living in fear after hate attacks

By Marcus Dysch, April 7, 2009

An Israeli family living in Edgware say they fear for their safety after being subjected to a campaign of antisemitic abuse by their neighbours.

Police are investigating a number of incidents reported by the 38-year-old man and his wife since they moved to the Broadfields estate six years ago. The couple, who have five children, are too scared to be named. In the latest incident, their car, parked outside their ground floor flat, had its window smashed last Tuesday.

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