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Sussex star Field shines

By Danny Caro, July 6, 2012

Daniel Field was in scintillating form with the bat as Sussex claimed back-to-back victories in the Blind Cricket Championship.

The former Maccabi GB Sportsperson of the Year blasted an unbeaten 59 from 50 balls in the seven-wicket victory over Warwickshire. He also chipped in with figures of 1-10 with the ball.


Israel net lacrosse win

By James Masters, July 6, 2012

British pair Natasha Kalmanson and Sacha Stout inspired Israel’s lacrosse teams to victory at the EC12 Festival in Holland.

Kalmanson was part of the women’s team which fought back from a four-goal deficit to claim the title.

Manchester-born Stout was also in the thick of the action, helping the men’s team win all 14 games on their way to glory.


Sanford finishes fourth at Euro Athletics Championships

July 6, 2012

Donald Sanford finished a creditable fourth in the men’s 400m following an impressive showing at the European Championships in Helsinki.

Sanford, who received Israeli citizenship earlier this year, came home in 45.91 seconds, finishing just 0.09
seconds short of a medal position.

Olympic-bound Jillian Schwartz, another American-born Israeli, finished down the field in 11th in the final


Wimbledon: week two review

By Danny Caro, July 6, 2012

Jesse Levine’s run ended at the second round stage as he was elimated by David Goffin in the Men’s singles.

In the Ladies Singles, Italy’s Camila Giorgi progressed to the fourth round before she was well beaten by third seed Agnieszka Radwanska of Poland.


Ram and Erlich relishing third Olympics

By Laura Stadler, July 6, 2012

Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram are relishing the chance to compete at Wimbledon for the second time in a matter of weeks at the upcoming Olympic Games.

Erlich said: "It will be our third Olympics,” he said. "It will be nice to be back here in London on this grass. It’s our favourite surface and we have good memories here. That will be an advantage here at the Olympics.


Peer: I must raise my game for the Olympics

By Laura Stadler, July 6, 2012

Shahar Peer admits she will have to overcome some psychological barriers if she is to push for a medal at the Olympics Games.

Peer has never been beyond the fourth round at Wimbledon and knows she will have to adapt her game on what she describes as her “least favourite surface”.


Spurs fans back AVB, says Wynne

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2012

Daniel Wynne believes Tottenham supporters can go into the new season full of optimism following the appointment of Andre Villas-Boas.

The former Porto and Chelsea manager was named as the replacement for Harry Redknapp on Tuesday.

And Wynne, spokesman for the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters Trust, is confident club chairman Daniel Levy has made the right choice.


Manchester Maccabi slip to defeat

By James Masters, July 3, 2012

Manchester Maccabi failed to halt a rampant Wilmslow as Ray Tammam’s men crashed to a disappointing defeat.

Wilmslow, who are unbeaten this season, were helped to victory by Toby Rowe’s stunning unbeaten effort of 106.

Rowe’s innings steered Wilmslow to 204-8 off their 40 overs, despite a fine effort from the Maccabi bowlers.


MAL fall just short against MTSCC

July 3, 2012

MAL recovered from an extremely poor bowling and fielding performance to show great fight with the bat and push the 2011 champions all the way at Camdenians in a pulsating encounter on Sunday.


Babai and Haik will make us great, says Phillips

By Danny Caro, July 3, 2012

Faithfold have cashed in on the demise of crestfallen giants North West Neasden A by re-signing Paul Babai and Johhny Haik.

The return of two key men is sure to strengthen the Superhoops' squad and help them push for honours following another trophyless season, according to assistant-player-manager Daryl Phillips.