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Maccabi win Champions League opener

July 16, 2014

Maccabi Tel Aviv remain on course for the Champions League group stages following a narrow victory in their opening match of the competition.

A 64-minute diving header from Rade Prica earned Maccabi victory against Andorran champions Santa Coloma in the second qualifying round first leg which was switched from Tel Aviv due to the hostilities in the region.

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Kirkham prepares South for new season

July 16, 2014

South Manchester’s first pre-season training began on Sunday at their state of the art South Centre in Gatley.

The session was led by ex-pro and new first-team coach Paul Kirkham who follows in the footsteps of some greats such as David Tussie, Wally Roberts and Andy Cohen. Kirkham will be assisted by Club Captain Michael Stratton and Player Liaison Officer/Social Secretary Toby Levy.

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Southgate stroll past BECC

July 15, 2014

Belmont & Edgware went down by 66 runs in a friendly against Southgate.

BECC were made to field first on a very hot day, but they made a flying start as Adam Jacobs continued with his rich vein of form by taking a wicket in his second over - clean bowling the Southgate opener.

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Glancy success for Dyrham Park

July 14, 2014

Dyrham Park were toasting Glancy Trophy success for the first time after sweeping the board at the 76th annual tournament in Liverpool.

Winners of The Metropolitan a fortnight ago, Dyrham won the 18-team competition that featured the top players from the Jewish Golf Clubs and Societies in the UK and Ireland.

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Ben Haim joins Charlton

By Danny Caro, July 14, 2014

Tal Ben Haim has returned to England after joining Charlton Athletic.

The experienced Israeli international defender agreed a one-year deal with the Championship side, managed by Bob Pieters.

Ben Haim, 32, has also played for Bolton, Chelsea, Portsmouth, Manchester City, Sunderland, West Ham and QPR.

Charlton start their league campaign at Brentford on August 9.

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Cricket scoreboard: July 13

By Danny Caro, July 14, 2014

Here are the latest results from matches involving Jewish clubs.

CHESS VALLEY LEAGUE DIVISION FIVE
London Maccabi Vale 201 Adam Solomons 35, Neil Lederman 35
Mill Hill Village 202-8
LMV lost by 2 wickets

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GREATER MANCHESTER AMATEUR LEAGUE DIVISION THREE
Salford 214-6
South Manchester 217-3 Akiva Lieberman 58, David Cohen 55, Simon Jeffries 30

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Smouldering South up to third

July 14, 2014

South Manchester climbed to third in the Greater Manchester Amateur Cricket League Division Three with a seven-wicket success over Salford Blue Jays.

South won the toss in the battle of the "Jewish" sides and asked Salford to bat. Josh Henry and Rafi Dines got Salford off to a steady start, but they could not put away some initial tight South bowling.

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Anniversary match goes with form

July 10, 2014

Keith Aizen and Adam Jacobs were the star performers as a Belmont & Edgware team of current players claimed a six-wicket success in a commemorative match to mark the club's 40th anniversary.

Belmont & Edgware "past" were soon in trouble as Aizen caused problems with his left-arm spin at Old Lyonians.

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Maccabiah stars sparkle

July 10, 2014

Paul Freedman, Charlie Sassienie, Darren Sassienie and Russ Snipper won the Maccabi GB Tenpin Bowling League title.

Playing under the name I Don't Care Really, the team held off the challenge of Maurice Baum, Steven Caplin and Geoff Isaacs, with captain Snipper finishing the season with the high series, bowling a 806 with handicap.

Paul Hart won the season's average buster, although special

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Lustigman's tour of pride

July 10, 2014

The Maccabi Lawn Bowls Association will be touring Israel for the fourth consecutive year when it plays matches against all of Israel's bowling clubs in October.

The tour is organised and headed by Maccabi GB Vice President Stuart Lustigman and features 37 male and 18 female bowlers against players from Ramat Gan, Savyon, Kiryat One, Haifa, Netanya and Ra'anana, culminating in a gala bowling ni

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