Maccabi cricket cup final preview

By Danny Caro, September 14, 2011

Belmont & Edgware will be looking to go one better when they take on MAL in the final of the Maccabi Knockout Cup on Sunday.

Captained by Warren Averbuch, BECC were beaten by London Maccabi Vale in last year’s final. but having recently clinched promotion from the Middlesex Sunday League Division Three, Averbuch is confident his big guns will fire at London Colney CC.


Cricket scoreboard - September 11

By Danny Caro, September 14, 2011

Wilmslow 63 all out
Manchester Maccabi 56 all out
Manchester Maccabi lost by seven runs

London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club 2nd XI 166-8 (40 overs) Jeff Permutt 57
Harrow Weald CC 170-8 (39.2 overs)


We only have ourselves to blame, says Tammam

By James Masters, September 14, 2011

Ray Tammam says his Manchester Maccabi side only have themselves to blame after collapsing to a seven-run defeat in their final game of the season.

Having dismissed Wilmslow for a paltry 63, Maccabi could muster just 56 in reply as their challenge faltered at the death in the Greater Manchester Amateur League.


LMV 2nd edged out in near darkness

September 14, 2011

London Maccabi Vale 2nd went down by two wickets in a friendly against Harrow Weald.

Batting first on a damp pitch was always going to be tricky, and so it proved as LMV slumped to 18-3, with Nigel Rothband, David Freedman and Gould all departing early on.


Maccabiah stars sparkle for South

By James Masters, September 9, 2011

South Manchester finished their season on a high with a nine-wicket demolition of Salford Jewish CC.

Steven Allweis (4-26) and Akiva Lieberman (3-17), who have both represented Team GB Juniors at Maccabiah level, stole the show as Salford were unable to repel some exceptional bowling.

Moshe Harris and Rafi Dover ensured Salford crept past the 50 mark before Jonathan Lieberman cleaned up the


Starlets have excelled but only one can win this race

By Danny Caro, September 8, 2011

Maccabi GB have unveiled the shortlist for this year's Sports Awards.

A high-class list of nine features in the JC Junior Sportsperson award when long-distance runner Richard Goodman will be looking to retain his crown.


MAL and BECC clinch promotion

By Danny Caro, September 8, 2011

The gods were smiling on MAL 1st and Belmont & Edgware 1st last weekend as both teams celebrated promotion out of their respective Middlesex Sunday League divisions.

The rain helped MAL clinch back-to-back titles after their Division Two match against Finchley was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Mark Landau, the MAL vice-captain, said: "It has been a great year."

Four league victor


Maccabi collapse

By James Masters, September 2, 2011

Ray Tammam blasted his Manchester Maccabi stay-away stars after his side suffered a brutal beating against title favourites Knight Riders at Woodbank Park.

Several first-team regulars decided to watch the afternoon's Premiership football, leaving Maccabi with just nine players including three 13-year-old boys.


One hundred up (again) for Myeroff

September 1, 2011

Neil Myeroff claimed his 100th wicket for his fifth different team last weekend.

Having achieved the landmark representing Carmel College, Old Carmelis, Mowbray and Belmont, Myeroff notched up his latest century for Belmont & Edgware against Haryom in the Middlesex Sunday League Division Two. He finished with figures of 4-20 in a seven-wicket victory.


BECC keep alive promotion hopes

August 30, 2011

Belmont & Edgware 1st maintained promotion hopes with a nail-biting seven-run victory over Haryom in the Middlesex Sunday League Division Two.

After losing the toss, BECC openers Goodman and Abrahams started positively, with the pair finding some early form and accelerating the score to 30 until Abrahams fell to the opening bowler.