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Dudi boost

August 27, 2015

Dudi Sela gave himself a massive confidence boost for the start of next week's US Open by winning theVancouver Challenger event.

Israel No1 Sela defeated Australia's John-Patrick Smith 6-4, 7-5 and lifted himself 30 places to 100 in the ATP world rankings.

This was the fourth time Sela has won the Vancouver title – 10 years after his first victory - and his 18th
Challenger title.

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Maccabi's link-up to help kids

By Adam Goldsmith, August 27, 2015

Maccabi GB hastaken another stride in supporting Jewish football by becoming the
official partner of the Maccabi Junior Football League (MJFL).

The partnership will see the league become the Maccabi GB Junior
Football League (MGBJFL).

In addition, Maccabi GB will
provide support to the MGBJFL
committee including, administration, registration and marketing and
communications opportunit

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Klinger is rewarded with two-year contract at Gloucestershire

August 27, 2015

Michael Klinger has signed a two-year contract extension to remain with Gloucestershire.

The Jewish Australian opening batsman, captain for both championship and one-day cricket, will stay in Bristol until 2017.

Klinger is rewarded for another prolific season with the bat in all forms.

The 35-year-old Klinger also remains the country's top scorer in this season's T20 Blast

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Vale's promotion fate now in others hands

August 27, 2015

LMV are left to rely on other results this weekend todetermine whether they can be promoted from Division 4 of the Chess Valley League, after suffering a disappointing two-run defeat against Ealing Hanwellian.

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Klinger to stay on at Gloucestershire

By Darren Witcoop, August 24, 2015

Michael Klinger has signed a two-year contract extension to remain with Gloucestershire.

The Autralian opening batsman, captain for both championship and one-day cricket, will stay at Bristol until 2017.

Klinger is rewarded for another prolific season with the bat in all forms.

The 35-year-old also remains the country's top scorer in this season's T20 Blast

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Posh rule out Israeli takeover

By Darren Witcoop, August 24, 2015

AN Israeli consortium have been told to forget about completing an £8million takeover of Peterborough United.

According to reports, a group of Israeli investors have expressed an interest in purchasing the League One club.

Peterborough would become the latest English club to be at the hands of overseas owner if the buyout was finalised.

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Dean Furman calls it a day in Britain and moves back home

By Darren Witcoop, August 20, 2015

Dean Furman insists turning his back on English football to return to his native South Africa is not a backward step.

Furman opted to join SuperSport United in Pretoria on a two-year deal this week in a surprise move.

Cape Town-born Jew Furman, 27, moved to the UK with his family as a child.

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Grandstand day for Landesberg's London Lions

By Darren Witcoop, August 20, 2015

Andy Landesberg says the battle for London Lions places will drive on his players to scale new heights this season.

Landesberg's men hit the ground running with a five-star display on their return to the Herts Senior County League.

The Lions demolished Ware Sports 5-2 thanks to Max Kyte's hat-trick and they will be bidding to follow up their opening-day rout against Hinton this weekend.

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Father and son both scoop gold medals at All-England powerlifting championships

By Lawrie Hacker, August 20, 2015

IF you need to solve a weighty problem, just call on the father and son combination of Grant and Ben Sugarman.

Grant, 53 and Ben, 16, from Bushey, achieved a unique double when they both scooped gold medals at last week's All-England powerlifting
championships that brought more than 200 competitors to Moulton
College, Northampton.

Grant, who has an importing

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Youngsters home with sackful of medals

By Gilah Samuels, August 20, 2015

Team Maccabi GB's young athletes have returned from the USA with a staggering 79 medals.

Both boys and girls football teams, dancers, table tennis players,
swimmers and tennis aces were all among the honours.

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