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.
A Stephen Bloom hat-trick led North West Neasden ‘C’ to a gritty 3-1 win over Temple Fortune at Bricket Wood.
Bloom blossoms for Neasden C
North London Raiders B talisman Nicky Woolf grabbed a late, late winner against Southgate Harmen B in a pulsating game at Hillingdon.
Raiders make their own luck
Academy Heroes fall short in run chase
Schwartzman goes down fighting against Nadal
Rosen selected for Olympic Winter Games
Abramovich leads Jewish football rich list
Blatt seals Cleveland move
Relief all-round as Brixton go through
A fab four-goal salvo from Adam Kaye ensured that there was no upset as an excellent second half performed took Brixton through.
Wolfson Hillel are top of the class
Wolfson Hillel won the Years Three and Four Enfield Gymnastics competition.
Fencer Jay keeps his discipline
Alan Jay was re-elected for a further four-year term to the Federation Internationale D’Escrime (FIE).
End of the road as Faithfold go belly up in the...
Faithfold A bowed out of the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup after losing 5-2 against Galatasary in round four.
Maccabi are re-launching their national doubles tournament.
Bonanza for Burns
Neasden ‘are unbeatable’
That was the post-match verdict of Chigwell manager Russell Green after his team were beaten by the runaway leaders at Hadley FC.
French test for Stock
Matt Stock has signed for French fourth division side Plabenec.
Sahar is ready to go Dutch
Ben Sahar hopes to join Utrecht until the end of the season.
Klinger set to revive Aussie Ashes bid
Border predicts that former Under 19 captain will break England’s hearts
Keeper Awat expects his New Year Sporting chance
Lions make their point
Black cats eye Grant
Game over as Danes beat Israel
Israel will not host the Uefa Euro 2011 Under 21 Championships finals after being pipped to the post by Denmark.
Zidane ref booked for Maccabiah
The Referee who sent off Zinedine Zidane and Wayne Rooney will referee at next year’s 18th Maccabiah Games.
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