Cricket

Meet the teams: London Maccabi Vale

By Danny Caro, April 11, 2012

London Maccabi Vale will be led by Neil Lederman, the club’s youngest-ever captain. He is predicting big things from all-rounders Andrew Greenwall Cohen, Mark Bott and Andrew Daniels.

Lederman's brother, Benjamin, won the LMV top player award last year and the captain believes "he will only get better".

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Meet the teams: Belmont & Edgware CC

By Danny Caro, April 11, 2012

Belmont & Edgware skipper Warren Averbuch believes his team has what it takes to win the MSCL Division Three title.

With Alex Goodman, Jonathan Feigenbaum and vice-captain Jonny Evans leading the batting line-up, Averbuch will be assisted in the bowling department by the evergreen Neil Myeroff, brothers Jon and Ami Wynbourne and Gideon Restan.

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Meet the teams: Chigwell & Hainault

By Danny Caro, April 11, 2012

Chigwell & Hainault Synagogue CC will look to build on the successes of last season when they won six out of nine completed matches.

Myers will be working closely with vice-captain Matt Murray and the message is clear. “We want to play competitive, fair and friendly cricket in every game we play,” said Murray.

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Cricket season 2012: preview

By Danny Caro, April 11, 2012

The Jewish cricket season is almost upon us. Clubs up and down the country have been fine-tuning their skills during winter nets in a bid to get their campaigns off to a flying start.

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Junior managers named

By Danny Caro, March 30, 2012

Mark Landau and Jack Peet will spearhead the Team GB junior cricket squad as they target medals at the 19th Maccabiah Games.

Landau and Peet are both ECB qualified coaches and have plenty of experience working with this age group.

Team GB co-cricket chairman Jonathan Lederman said: “We are delighted to have found two such enthusiastic and experienced managers.

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Klinger’s invitation has been a long time coming

By Danny Caro, March 30, 2012

It's great to hear that there will be a Jewish player in the County Championship this season, well at least for the first few weeks.

Michael Klinger’s involvement is long overdue as he has been doing great things Down Under for the past few seasons.

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Klinger to join Worcestershire

By Danny Caro, March 30, 2012

Michael Klinger will join Worcestershire for the first few weeks of the county cricket season.

The South Australia captain will stand in for compatriot Phil Hughes who has been delayed until late May through international commitments.

Klinger, 31, has an average of over 50 in 72 first-class innings for the state. He recently scored the third double century of his career against Tasmania.

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Pommeranz Juice and Pearl Dental to meet in INC final

By Danny Caro, March 27, 2012

Pommeranz Juice Good Old Boys and Pearl Dental Cicket Club will meet in the Best of three Israel Night Cricket cup final.

Both teams had convincing wins over third-placed Modi'in Young Lions and cemented their spots in the final, which will be played on the weekend of April 19.

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Israel cricket rewarded for Peace project

By Danny Caro, January 26, 2012

The Israeli Cricket Association has been named as one of the European regional winners of the prestigious Pepsi ICC Development Programme Awards for 2011.

The efforts of the ICA were recognised by claiming The Spirit of Cricket Award for their Cricket4Peace project.

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Bet Shemesh Royals secure first win of the season

January 24, 2012

Bet Shemesh Royals secured their first win of the season in dramatic fashion in a nail-biting Night Cricket match played in Modi'in on Saturday evening.

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