Maccabi Masters round-up
North London Raiders reinforced their title credentials with a 3-0 defeat of Glenthorne United A.
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Pearson powers Lions into round two
North London Raiders gave their season a massive boost on a wind-swept Sunday morning with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over division two leaders London Maccabi Lions C.
Shermanator destroys Lions C
Hemed and Harush suspended by Israel
Lawn bowlers ready to impress at Maccabiah Games
Abramovich leads Jewish football rich list
Milch forced to pull out of fight through injury
Six of the best for GB
Lions overcome their toughest test yet
London Lions have beaten high-flying Kings Langley of the South Midlands Division One 2-1 in the Herts Centenary Cup.
Wingate halted by last-minute equaliser
Ware denied Wingate & Finchley a momentous win by equalising deep in stoppage time, having trailed for 81 minutes of the match.
Harriers’ teen spirit shines through
Shaftesbury Barnet Harriers' young middle-distance stars Sagie Benaim and Richard Goodman started the cross-country season in fine fashion.
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Sacks leads the raid on Faithfold
North London Raiders stretched their lead at the top of the Maccabi Masters League table with an emphatic 5-1 win over Faithfold.
Delight for Durban
Paul Durban is London Maccabi Vale's player of the year.
Super Sam gets belt
Samuel Jerome, 10, has achieved a first degree black belt in his shotokan style.
Joy for Brady
London Lions went clear at the top of the Herts Senior County League Premier Division after claiming a 4-1 win at Buntingford.
Spurs starlet leads GB medal bid as first girls...
Spurs academy player Aimee Garsin-Rose is the most high profile selection in Team GB's 15-player girls Under 18 football squad for next year's Maccabiah Games Chai.
Students run riot
Leeds JNF J-Uni stormed 12 points clear at the top of the Joan Collins Premier Division after routing Sporting JLGB 12-0.
Neasden are the Bs knees
North West Neasden B remain on course to become the first Jewish team to win the London Junior Cup after reaching the last 16, following a penalty shootout win over Ergazi.
Sahar: ‘I’ll go down to get back up’
Ben Sahar has resigned himself to playing in the Championship.
Yossi’s going nowhere, says Rafa
Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez wants Israel captain Yossi Benayoun to stay with the club for at least three more years.
6ft Elf set to face the big boys
Barnet youth team keeper Alex Elf has set his sights on playing against one of the Premier League giants in the FA Youth Cup.
We need more Jews in the game, says FA chairman
FA chairman Lord Triesman believes that racism in football will become a thing of the past if more Jewish players, along with those from other religions, get involved at the top level.
Blues reach FA Trophy first round
In a dramatic FA Trophy third Qualifying Round replay, an injury-hit Wingate & Finchley went through on penalties following a second draw against Ryman Premier side Sutton United.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
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