Lebens boosts MAL's title hopes

June 20, 2011

A fine all-round performance from Yoav Lebens took MAL four points clear at the top of Middlesex Sunday League Division Two following a crushing 185-run success over Finchley.

Finchley won the toss and asked MAL to make first use of a very wet and uneven looking surface. Batting was tricky throughout, Daniel Susser being the first batsman to go, nicking Jaimin Patel behind for 0.


Revenge is sweet for JFS

June 16, 2011

JFS broke their duck at the annual Belmont & Edgware Cricket Club inter-schools tournament after beating Hasmonean in the final.

Having finished runners-up in the two previous competitions, JFS (142-4) started the competition with a 66-run victory over King Solomon (86-7).

Hasmonean (117-6) won the other semi-final with a four-wicket success over Immanuel (117-5).

JFS (128-5) recorded a 2


Wineberg heroics in vain for Salford

By Danny Caro, June 14, 2011

A career-best 6-45 from Jonny Wineburg was not enough as Salford Jewish CC suffered a 74-run defeat in a rain-affected match against West Didsbury.

An early wicket from Alex Goodman soon put West Didsbury on the back foot and they continued to find runs hard to come by the impressive Wineberg taking wickets at regular interval.


Chigwell & Hainault conquer BECC 2nds

By Danny Caro, June 7, 2011

Chigwell & Hainault claimed a 24-run victory in a friendly against Belmont & Edgware 2nds.

The east Londoners got off to a bad start after being reduced to 17-2, but a stand of over 200 by Rose and Lloyd Dudridge took the game away for BECC.


Cricket scoreboard

June 6, 2011


London Maccabi Vale 1st 281-8 (40 overs) Adam Brand 112, Martin Schultz 50, Alex Haffner 48

MTSCC 264-8 (40 overs) Joseph Greenwall-Cohen 3-49

LMV won by 17 runs




Brand leads LM Vale to victory

By Danny Caro, June 6, 2011

A century from Adam Brand helped London Maccabi Vale 1st register a 17-run win over Middlesex Tamils in Middlesex Sunday League Division One.

Captain Brand decided to bat first on a cold and damp day at Rowley Lane.


MAL 2nd well beaten

By Danny Caro, June 6, 2011

MAL 2nd suffered an eight-wicket defeat in a friendly against Hampstead.

Hampstead elected to field on what looked to be a decent but used track.

Opening bowler Bradley was getting good carry and beat the bat regularly. Avi Gelley was the first man out after a mix-up with Daniel Susser saw him run out.


MAL too strong for LM Vale 2nd

By Danny Caro, June 6, 2011

MAL moved into the top two of the Middlesex Sunday Cricket League second division with a comprehensive six-wicket win over local rivals London Maccabi Vale on Sunday.


Topperman heroics in vain for South Manchester

By Danny Caro, May 31, 2011

Steve Glicher was making no excuses after his South Manchester side were crushed by high-flying Knight Riders in the Greater Manchester Amateur Cricket League, losing by 172 wickets despite the heroics of bowler Avrom Topperman who finished with figures of 8-26.

Knight Riders were first in to bat and were soon on top with South Manchester struggling to keep the score down.


Allweis leads the way for Maccabi

By Danny Caro, May 31, 2011

Allweis in rampant mood. Alex Goodman (20) kept the scoreboard ticking for Salford but some clever bowling from Maccabi skipper Ray Tammam (3-29) left them in disarray.

The rain-affected match saw Salford pass the 100-mark with Elliot Koffman (24), Elliot Shires (20) and captain Josh Henry chancing their arm.