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Casspi eyes fresh start in NBA

By David Gold, April 7, 2011

Omri Casspi's future at Sacramento Kings is in doubt after he said that he wants to play at a club where he is appreciated.

The first Israeli to play in the NBA, Casspi said that he "will have to make some decisions at the end of the year".

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Brady on course for the double

April 7, 2011

Scott Ansher and Mark Wagman fired Brady Maccabi A into the final of this year's Henry Swerner MMFL Cup.

Double-chasing Brady will face either Faithfold or Hendon Harriers at Barnet's Underhill Stadium on May 15 after beating South Mancs A 2-0 in their semi-final clash.

In Division Two, league leaders Glenthorne United B came from three goals down to clinch a 4-4 draw with South Mancs B.

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Molins: ICC wrong to pull associate nations

By James Masters, April 7, 2011

Former Ireland skipper Jason Molins has launched a scathing attack on the International Cricket Council following the decision to axe associate nations from the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Despite pulling off an historic victory over England last month, Ireland will be prevented from competing at the tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

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Bloch's date with destiny

By James Masters, April 7, 2011

Anthony Bloch has challenged his Republic of Mancunia players to prove once and for all that they are the undisputed super power of the MJSL.

Republic will claim their first ever league title on Sunday as long as they avoid defeat against championship rivals Manchester Maccabi 3rd.

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Louie lifts Maccabi

April 7, 2011

A first-half effort from Louie Basso steered double-chasing Manchester Maccabi 1st into the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy following a 1-0 win over Leeds Maccabi 1st.

Manchester will host North London Raiders A this Sunday for a place in the final against Faithfold A on May 15.

Manchester manager Stuart Delmonte said: "We know that will be a very difficult game.

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Fernandez: We need three wins

By Simon Griver, April 7, 2011

Manager Luis Fernandez believes Israel must win three of their last four qualifying games to reach next year's Euro 2012 finals in Poland.

Back-to-back victories over Latvia and Georgia last week put Israel back in contention to qualify from Group F.

But Fernandez believes that the hard work only starts now.

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Basso sends Maccabi into semis

By James Masters, April 7, 2011

Louie Basso showed just why he is rated as one of the most exciting prospects in Jewish football after firing Manchester into the semi-finals of the Peter Morrison Trophy.

The 17-year-old starlet was drafted into Stuart Delmonte's squad following injuries to five key players ahead of the clash with fierce rivals Leeds.

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Reel time training for Sam

By James Masters, April 7, 2011

Sam Waley-Cohen stepped up his training regime for the Grand National - by putting his feet up and watching YouTube.

The Gold Cup winning jockey is hoping to steer Oscar Time to victory at Aintree just weeks after becoming the first amateur in 30 years to win the famous old trophy at Cheltenham.

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Brady Maccabi A fired into final

By Danny Caro, April 6, 2011

Scott Ansher and Mark Wagman fired Brady Maccabi A into the final of this year's Henry Swerner MMFL Cup.

Double-chasing Brady will face either Faithfold or Hendon Harriers at Barnet's Underhill Stadium on May 15 after beating South Mancs A 2-0 in their semi-final clash.

In Division Two, league leaders Glenthorne United B came from three goals down to clinch a 4-4 draw with South Mancs B.

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GB hit West London for six

By Danny Caro, April 6, 2011

Maccabi GB's Open Futsal Team maintained their 100 per cent record with a stuttering performance against National League Futsal team West London at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre on Monday night.

Manager Johnny Cohen described the second half performance as "one to forget" as the GB team very nearly surrendered a four-goal lead.

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