Double joy for Alyth youngsters
Alyth Belsize Under 10s started 2009 in style by claiming a double-header victory over HIS Hendon United B.
Many happy returns as Fortune hit 40
Harel Levy retained the Israel Tennis Championships after upsetting Dudi Sela.
Net gain for Levy
Schwartzman storms into round four at Australian Open
Bykanov hits top form
Giorgi bows out against 18th seed Barty
Sylvan Adams - the man behind Israel's biggest sports spectacular
UCS stars sparkle at London Schools Table Tennis competition
Cup hopes put on hold
Blain sailing for rampant Raiders
North London Raiders A come from behind to claim a 7-2 victory over Division Four high-flyers Woodford Wanderers in the second round of the Peter Morrison Trophy.
War stops play
Cash keeps the Lions in charge
Johnson to lead World Cup bid
No Palace visit as Ben goes Dutch
Ben Sahar has agreed a six-month loan deal with Dutch Premier League strugglers De Graafschap.
Lee called to Bar for third Ryman managerial stint
Adam Lee is relishing his third managerial job in the Ryman League Division One North after taking over at Potters Bar Town.
Rover and in? Tal is an Allardyce target
Tal Ben Haim looks set to be offloaded with Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle, Bolton and Spurs all interested in the Israeli's signature
We’re football mad, so where are our players?
The third round of the FA Cup takes place this weekend. It’s a showpiece of the English game. Plenty of British Jews will be watching but none will be playing for the top clubs. Why not?
Sail of the century
Rising star Rosie Chapman has set her sights on gold at the 2012 Olympic Games.
Farmar finds life tough at the top with LA Lakers
Jordan Farmar is one of the NBA’s brightest young stars.
Awat’s Camp Nou debut
Dudu Awat is set to make his debut for Real Mallorca against Spanish league leaders Barcelona at the Camp Nou on Saturday after signing a three and-a-half-year contract.
Swimmer Robbie's Macedonia mission
Having missed out on a place at the Beijing Olympics by one second, Robbie Williams is on a mission to help Macedonia send a delegation to the Maccabiah Games for the first time.
The Ryman stage is calling, says Stone
Wingate boss Michael Stone has challenged Jewish players to step up to the plate to ensure that there is better representation on the pitch.
Bloom blossoms for Neasden C
A Stephen Bloom hat-trick led North West Neasden ‘C’ to a gritty 3-1 win over Temple Fortune at Bricket Wood.
Raiders make their own luck
North London Raiders B talisman Nicky Woolf grabbed a late, late winner against Southgate Harmen B in a pulsating game at Hillingdon.
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