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We'll go from strength to strength, says Goldsmith

By Danny Caro, September 29, 2014

Maccabi GB's first venture into handball ended in defeat, but captain Adam Goldsmith believes there were several positives to take out of the game.

History was made on Sunday as the first all-Jewish Handball team lined up for a pre-season friendly against Ruislip Eagles at the Queensmead Sports Centre.

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Maccabiah stars can lead us to silverware, says Leslie

By Danny Caro, September 29, 2014

MGBSFL PREMIER DIVISION
FAITHFOLD A 2 HARMEN 4

Oli Leslie believes Harmen can challenge on all fronts following a stunning 4-2 win at the home of 2013 champions Faithfold.

Strikers James Gershfield (2), Jake Gottlieb and super-sub Joey Lazare sealed a famous win.

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Silver-lining for Israel gymnasts

By Simon Griver, September 29, 2014

Israel won the silver medal in the women's five clubs competition at the World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Turkey.

The five Israeli teenagers - Yuval Filo, Alona Koshevatsky, Ekaterina Levina, Karina Lykhvar and Ida Mayrin - scored 16.983 points, only falling short of Spain's 17,433 points.

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KS boys do it Ryan's way

By Danny Caro, September 28, 2014

MGBSFL DIVISION THREE
KS REUNITED 5 MACCABI LONDON LIONS GREEN 2

KS Reunited got their first points on the board of the season in emphatic fashion, as new boy James Ryan had a debut to remember.

After defeats at Oakwood and Faithold B in their last two outings, KS showed they will be formidable this year in front of their own fans.

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Brilliant Braham blows Boca away

By Danny Caro, September 28, 2014

MGBSFL DIVISION THREE
KING CROWN 3 BOCA JEWNIORS 0

PHIL BRAHAM was the hat-trick hero as King Crown extended their winning run with a professional victory over Boca at Chase Lodge.

King Crown had a weakened side this week, with five top players missing. However, the game showed the depth of squad and they started the game with pace and power.

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JC Team of the week: the contenders - Sept 28

By Danny Caro, September 28, 2014

Here are the top performers from Matchday 4 of the MGBSFL season.

GK
Sam Singer (Brady Maccabi)
Ben Chernoff (NW Neasden)
Ben Sheldon (NL Raiders C)

DEFENDERS
Jonny Kaye (AC Mill Hill)
Elliot Grant, James Korn, Yossi Lanning, Mark Driver (all King Crown)
Eli Dias (KS Reunited)
Jordan Sapler, Amir Nathan (both Redbridge JC B)
Brandon Sassoon (Jewdinese)

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MGBSFL Matchday 4 review

By Danny Caro, September 28, 2014

There were excellent wins for Harmen and Camden Park, who sent out a promotion warning with an 8-3 win, while FC Team B and King Crown maintained their 100 per cent records on Matchday 4 of the MGBSFL. Danny Caro reflects on all the action.

MATCHDAY 4 HEADLINES
Prem Div - Harmen march past Faithfold
Div 1 - Camden go goal crazy
Div 2 - FC Team B make it four on the spin

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Hampstead job is perfect, says Peters

By Danny Caro, September 24, 2014

Phil Peters admits he is relishing his new role as manager of Hampstead Heath FC.

The former NLR boss accepted an invitation to lead the new team in the Hertfordshire Senior County Division One and has signed several MGBSFL regulars for the Saturday league.

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Ma’ayan in the medals

By Simon Griver, September 24, 2014

Ma’ayan Davidovich boosted her hopes of Olympic qualification after winning the bronze medal at the women’s World Windsurfing Championships in Santander.

Davidovich, 26, retained third place in the competition for the second consecutive year, but she admits there is still room for improvement.

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Cyril Anekstein Cup round two draw

By Danny Caro, September 24, 2014

Holders Hendon A will face Division One promotion hopefuls Redbridge B in one of the ties of the second round in the Cyril Anekstein Cup.

CYRIL ANEKSTEIN CUP ROUND TWO DRAW

Hendon United Sports Club A vs Redbridge Jewish Care B

Norstar London Raiders C vs Blizzard Storm

Brixton Old Boys vs Real Sosobad

Norstar London Raiders A vs FC Team B

Harmen vs Temple Fortune

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