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Hartsbourne top of the Glancy tree once again

By Danny Caro, July 10, 2015

Hartsbourne regained the Glancy Trophy following an impressive performance at Bonnyton Golf Club in Glasgow.


Sagiv on track for greatness

By Stan Rose, July 10, 2015

Just a week after claiming the Champion’s jersey in a thrilling sprint finish, Israeli cyclist Guy Sagiv was signed by the professional Cycling Academy Team, boosting its international roster of under-23 champions.

Sagiv, 20, joins the other recent signing of the Spanish Cup racing series to further strengthen the team.


America to remember stars at Berlin bonanza

July 10, 2015

The forthcoming European Maccabi Games in Berlin will hold strong emotional ties for every visiting squad, but it holds added meaning for members of the guest delegation from Maccabi USA.


Wimbledon review Erlich beaten by Murray in semi-finals

By Danny Caro, July 9, 2015

Jonathan Erlich's heroic run at Wimbledon ended at the semi-final stage after he and Philipp Petzschner were beaten in a four-set thriller on Centre Court on Thursday night.

The pair came through the qualifiers before mounting an excellent run in the Men's Singles but their hopes were shattered by Jamie Murray and John Peers.


Wimbledon Day Eight Erlich storms into Men's Doubles semis

By Danny Caro, July 7, 2015

Jonathan Erlich and Philipp Petzschner marched into the semi-finals of the Men's Doubles competition at Wimbledon.

Erlich of Israel and Petzschner of Germany upstaged second seeds Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo on Court 18.

Dodig and Melo took the first set 6-4 but Erlich and Petzchner rallied superbly to take sets two and three 6-2.


Brand boosts London Maccabi Vale's title hopes

July 7, 2015

London Maccabi Vale boosted their Chess Valley League title hopes with a six-wicket success over St John’s Wood.


Wimbledon Day Seven review Reinberg reaches round two

By Laura Stadler, July 7, 2015

Emil Reinberg admits there is room for improvement after coming through a first-round thriller against Frederico Bonacia in the opening round of the Junior Boys Singles.

"It was tough because it was my first slam and I just kind of hung in there,” said Reinberg.


Israel on the road to success

By Stan Rose, July 6, 2015

Israel’s leading cyclists have staked their claims on selection for the Rio Olympics.


Flixton’s waiting game

By Darren Witcoop, July 6, 2015

AFC Flixton will be forced to play their Kings Cup Final at the start of next season.

Flixton and opponents Lawds have pencilled in the cup final date on September 6.

It will act as Flixton’s curtain-raiser for the new Manchester Accounts League Premier Division, with the new season officially kicking off on the same day.


Dowson delivers another performance to be proud of

By Brian Sacks, July 6, 2015

Sophie Dowson, 16, improved her personal best to 3.62m in winning the pole vault at the London Inter-Club Challenge in Hendon.

Rosalind Zeffertt recorded 15.64 and 33.68 for 100m and 200m to improve her UK V50 ranking at both distances.