Lieberman smashes 100 in South Manchester defeat

April 27, 2015

A century from Akiva Lieberman proved in vain as South Manchester fell 32 runs short against Forresters.

South opted to bowl first, and althoguh Foresters got off to a steady start, Ben Darwent took his first wicket for the club.


Field to play against world champions

By Danny Caro, March 10, 2015

Daniel Field has been selected for the Blind England squad for the forthcoming one-day series against world champions India.

Field, who is 26 and a former winner of the Maccabi GB Sportsperson of the Year, will feature in a series of matches played over 20 and 40 overs, with the first game taking place at Leamington Cricket Club on May 24.


Wizard Wolfson made to feel right at home in Hong Kong

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2015

The pulling power of the JC never ceases to amaze. Just a couple of weeks after I reported that Jamie Wolfson of Norstar London Raiders was going to live Hong Kong, I bring news of a big-money move.

No sooner had Wolfson started to settle down to life in the Far East than did Hong Kong Maccabi FC flex their muscles in the January transfer window and move for the wing wizard.


Big Bash glory for Klinger

By Danny Caro, January 30, 2015

Michael Klinger helped Perth Scorchers win the Big Bash final following a thrilling four-wicket success over Sydney Sixers.

Opening-batsman Klinger smashed 33 runs from 37 balls, including four fours, in an opening partnership of 70 with Sean Marsh.

Perth went on to chase down a target of 148 from their 20 overs, winning off the final ball of the match.


Markiewicz ensured November was a month to remember

By Danny Caro, December 8, 2014

There’s only really one candidate for November’s MGBSFL Player of the Month, and that man is Avi Markiewicz.

Twelve goals in four games. You can’t argue with the stats. Simple as that.


Israeli umpire dies after being struck by ball

By Danny Caro, December 1, 2014

Tributes have been flooding in after former Israel cricket captain Hillel Oscar died after being struck by the ball whilst umpiring.

Standing at the non-striker's end, it is believed the ball ricocheted off the stumps after being hit on the head and he Oscar fell to the ground at the match played in Ashdod.

He was taken to a city hospital, but medics were unable to revive him.


Lieberman smashes his way to the summit

By Danny Caro, November 10, 2014

There were some outstanding individual performances, clubbed together with some strong team displays, in a season dominated by one man. Akiva Lieberman.

The South Manchester Sports batsman destroyed attacks in the Greater Manchester Amateur League and he was undoubtedly the star performer this season - the JC Player of the Year.


Tired? You don’t know the half of it, Raheem

By Danny Caro, October 24, 2014

It was approaching 11pm as we trickled out of Rowley Lane. After a roller-coaster of a season, it was fitting that London Maccabi Vale’s AGM was a little rocky. But in the end, there was a general feeling of satisfaction that the right decisions had been made and the right people were in place to take the club forward.


Stevens called up for Middlesex

By Danny Caro, October 3, 2014

Rising star Josh Stevens has been rewarded for an excellent season with a call-up for the Middlesex CC under-13 Winter Performance squad.

Stevens, who is 12 and lives in Bushey, was selected following a series of eye-catching displays for Stanmore and London Maccabi Vale.

The fast bowler will link up with the squad at the Middlesex Indoor School in Finchley in November.


Home is where the heart is for Maxi

By Danny Caro, September 19, 2014

I sensed the feeling of unfinished business when Michael Klinger committed another campaign to Gloucestershire CC.

Having had his season cut short by injury, the former Maccabiah star is now settling into his new home in Perth after moving from South Australia to Western Australia.