Cricket Scoreboard

By Danny Caro, June 1, 2010


London Maccabi Vale 1st 337-3 Daniel Becker 132, Adam Brand 81, Richard Black 72, Scott Gerard 42

Finchley 114 Saul Weitzman 5-29, Rafi Polatinsky 3-12

LMV won by 223 runs


Southgate Synagogue 165-9 Richard Mitchell 32 not out, Jonathan Feigenbaum 3-22

Belmont & Edgware 166-4 Cliff Horowitz 65 not out, Jonathan Feigenbaum 31

BECC won by 6 wickets


Leeds Maccabi 134-6 Jonny Wineberg 33

Salford 135-6 Elliot Koffman 37, Jonny Wineberg 4-38

Salford beat leeds by 4 wickets


MAL cruise home

June 1, 2010

Clapton Falcon CC 43 (12 overs) Mark Landau 8-23, Yoav Lebens 2-17
MAL CC 44-1 (10.4 overs) Landau 24*

MAL won by 9 wickets

MAL produced an outstanding performance with the ball and in the field to record a nine-wicket victory over Clapton Falcon CC in a friendly at Old Camdenians on Sunday.

Clapton won the toss and elected to bat on an excellent looking track. There was little evidence of the carnage to come as the openers took the score to 16 before Yoav Lebens produced an excellent inswinger to bowl Junaid for 6.


BECC set up Manchester trip

June 1, 2010

Southgate 165-9 Richard Mitchell 32*; Jonny Feigenbaum 3-22
BECC 1st 166-4 Cliff Horowitz 65*, Jonny Feigenbaum 31, Jonny Evans 21*

BECC won by 6 wickets

Belmont & Edgware set up a trip to Manchester with a Maccabi National Knockout Cup quarter-final victory over Southgate Synagogue.

Deputising for Ashley Connick as BECC captain, Jonathan Evans lost the toss to Richard Mitchell who elected to bat. Warren Averbuch (1-30) bowled a hostile opening spell, picking up a wicket thanks to a sharp catch in the gully by Cliff Horowitz.


MAL edge past LMV 2nd

May 24, 2010

MAL scraped home by one wicket in their Middlesex Sunday Cricket League Division Three match against London Maccabi Vale 2nds on Sunday despite a fairly woeful bowling and fielding display.

Vale skipper Jon Lederman called correctly and opted to bat on a blisteringly hot day. The openers, Jeremy Harris, and Mark Spanjar started well but circumspectly against Yoav Lebens and Tony Wise. Spanjar survived a strong appeal for caught behind before he was trapped in front by Wise for 13 to leave the score at 30-1 in the 10th over.


Centurion Brand leads LMV home

May 24, 2010

A superb unbeaten 165 from captain Adam Brand earned London Maccabi Vale 1st their first victory in Middlesex Sunday League Division Two as they demolished Birkbeck College by 112 runs.

LMV openers Danny Caro and Richard Black made a steady start against a College team who, due to late arrivals, took to the field with eight players for the first couple of overs.


Cricket Scoreboard

May 24, 2010



London Maccabi Vale 1st 305-3 Adam Brand 165 not out, Richard Black 35

Birkbeck College 195 Jon Galloway 3-14

LMV won by 110 runs


Kensington & Chelsea 74 Richie Wienburg 3-12, Jonathan Evans 3-28

Belmont & Edgware 1st XI 75-2 Ashley Connick 52 not out

BECC won by 8 wickets

London Maccabi Vale 2nd 223-7 Jeremy Harris 59, Scott Gerrard 54, Jonathan Cantor 33

MAL 224-9 Grant Traub 38 not out, Mark Landau 30, Pinty Baddiel 30 Jonathan Lederman 4-37, Jonathan Freedman 3-38

MAL won by 1 wicket


Connick steers BECC 1st home

May 24, 2010

Belmont and Edgware 1sts continued their unbeaten start to the Middlesex Sunday Cricket League season with a comprehensive eight-wicket victory away to Kensington & Chelsea.

K&C were also unbeaten coming into the game, and the home side won the toss and had no hesitation batting first on the hottest day of the year.

Jonathan Evans and Ashley Connick opened the bowling and removed the top order, sharing four wickets in the opening burst.


BECC 2nd overcome North Harrow

May 24, 2010

Belmont and Edgware 2nds ran out comfortable winners in a friendly against North Harrow.

Stand-in skipper Adam Goldman lost the toss but his side proceeded to rip through their opponents’ batting line-up.

Goldman took 3-10 and his opening partner Yaniv Jennings returned figures of 2-10. They made way for Gideon Matlin (2-12) and Lawrence Jeffries (3-11), who cleaned up the lower order, leaving North Harrow all out for 55.


NJCL round-up

By Zevi Saunders, May 24, 2010

The NJCL experienced mixed fortunes in two rep team matches.

The new project featuring an extended fixture list against higher-skilled opposition got underway with the 1st XI winning by 162 runs.

Opting to bat on a glorious sunny day, NJCL maintained a healthy run-rate of above five an over. Shaya Rabinowitz got the innings off to a flier with 18. But he and fellow opener Rosenlum fell in quick succession, prompting fears of a collapse.


Cricket round-up

By Danny Caro, May 17, 2010

The weather was the only winner in London yesterday as the community’s cricket teams were left frustrated by a mid-afternoon downpour.

Bad weather ruined what was shaping up to be a fantastic performance by MAL in a friendly. Skipper Gav Lebens opted to bowl, with uncertainty as to the weather later in the day. The Eastcote pitch was an absolute cracker, hard and true, and offering nothing to bowlers of any style. Yoav Lebens and Tony Wise opened the bowling but soon found that any slight error of line or length was punished.