MAL retains Maccabi T20

By Danny Caro, July 12, 2010

MAL retained the Maccabi GB T20 in emphatic style after crushing Southgate by nine wickets with more than nine overs to spare in the final in Bushey.

A 20-run victory in the semi-final over Belmont & Edgware was followed by a one-sided final where, having dismissed Southgate for 86, an 83-run partnership between captain Mark Landau and Yoav Lebens eased them home.


NJCL Reps beat Ladybridge

By Danny Caro, July 12, 2010

A fine performance from NJCL saw them beat Ladybridge CC by 47 runs in the latest Representative match.

NJCL won the toss and skipper Steve Glicher elected to bat on what turned out to be a very slow pitch.

Openers Black and Rabinovitz got off to a steady start putting on 54 for the first wicket before Rabinovitz was bowled by Wood for 37.


Israel set for European Division 2 challenge in Guernsey

By Steven Shein, July 9, 2010

For those fearing withdrawal symptoms following the completion of the World Cup, they need not panic. Another major international sports event kicks off just two days after the final in Soccer City, and Israel will be even be participating in this one. Of course the event in question is the ICC Europe Division 2 Cricket Championships taking place in Guernsey from July 13 - 19..


Borehamwood & Elstree win Twenty20 debut match

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2010

Borehamwood & Elstree won its first midweek Twenty20 match, beating Stanmore by 20 runs in an Inter-Synagogue match.

With both teams featuring players from London Maccabi Vale and Belmont & Edgware, the quality of play was always going to strong.

Missing injured skipper Joel Sager, stand-in Skipper Harvey Samuels tossed up with his opposite number and was pleased when Stanmore decided that BESCC should bat first.


Cricket Scoreboard

July 5, 2010

Cricket scoreboard – July 4


Harrow St. Mary’s 210-9 Ashley Connick 3-36
Belmont & Edgware 160 Ashley Connick 34
BECC lost by 50 runs

London Maccabi Vale 2nd 273-4 Jeremy Harris 74, David Freedman 30

West Middx 96 Ali Livingston 4-16, Jonathan Freedman 3-33

LMV won by 177 runs

MAL 192-9 Brian Kobrin 56, Matthew Plax 47 not out

Haryom 125 Gav Lebens 6-24, Anthony Wise 3-19

MAL won by 67 runs


Salford 141 Elliot Koffman 31

Manchester Maccabi 103 Andrew Niman 4-21

Salford won by 39 runs

Salford 17 pts, Maccabi 8


Harris and Lederman sparkle in LMV success

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2010

LMV secured their third league win of the season, and in doing so scored their highest total and their biggest winning margin since joining the Middlesex Sunday Cricket League.

WM won the toss and somewhat surprisingly asked LMV to bat first in this Division Three contest. David Freedman and the in-form Benjamin Lederman opened the innings which got off to a bad start when the in-form Lederman was bowled off an inside edge by the fifth ball of the match.


Lebens leads MAL home

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2010

MAL’s impressive debut season in the Middlesex Sunday Cricket League continued with a 67 run away win over Haryom CC at JFS on Sunday.

Skipper Gav Lebens won the toss and elected to bat on what looked to be a poor pitch. Quite how poor it was came to light early as Mark Landau and Russ Corin struggled to get the ball away.

Some loose bowling and a number of wides saw the scoreboard tick over, and a couple of imperious Corin boundaries meant that after 10 overs MAL were 39-0. Corin soon perished going for one ambitious shot too many, bowled for 18.


Harrow late show stifles Belmont

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2010

Belmont & Edgware were beaten by 50 runs as Harrow St. Mary’s maintained their unbeaten record with a 50-run victory.

HSM arrived at the Met Police Ground an hour late and after winning the toss, Belmont & Edgware captain Ashley Connick invited them to bat first.

In a match reduced to 35 overs a side, Daniel Geey and Warren Averbuch opened the bowling, before Neil Myeroff and Connick took over to stem the flow of runs in the middle overs.

Myeroff was miserly as ever, conceding only 20 from his seven overs and picking up two wickets, whilst Connick, bowling off-spin, took 3-36.


Niman inspires Salford

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2010

A decisive burst from stalwart Andrew Niman helped Salford end Manchester Maccabi’s 20-match unbeaten run as they claimed a 39-run victory in the NJCL.

On a cold and breezy day at Scholes Field in Cheadle, Salford captain Josh Henry lost the toss to Ray Tammam and Salford were invited to bat first. Andrew Niman opened with Glynn and the two mixed attack and defence to good effect, making 12 and 8 respectively.

Young pace bowlers Daniel Franks and Ashley Landes both looked good however, taking three wickets each as Salford struggled to 56-6 at the break.


Hasmonean wins schools Twenty20

July 1, 2010

Hasmonean won the annual Jewish Inter-Schools Twenty20 tournament in Bushey.

At the tournament organised by Belmont and Edgware Cricket Club, an innings of 56 from David Ullman steered Hasmonean to victory in the opener against King Solomon. Hasmonean posted 135-9 with the East Londoners replying with 87-9.

JFS beat Immanuel College by six wickets in the other semi-final. Joel Sinclair's 28 helped Immanuel score 114-5. Joshua Shafer top-scored with 49 in the JFS reply.