Israeli horse ‘can make history’
Vanilla Bally is looking to become the first Israeli horse to win a race in England.
Friday, September 19, 2008
Israel start as strong favourites to remain in the Davis Cup World Group when they host Peru at Ramat Hasharon.
Sela ready for big tie
Financial constraints for their disappointing performance in Beijing.
Paralympic athletes frustrated by lack of funds
HMH youth review: September 15
Abramovich leads Jewish football rich list
Norstar FC announce exclusive link-up with Pinn...
MGBSFL Matchday 26 review
That's do nice-Lee, says Simons
Blues secure crucial away point
Wingate & Finchley picked up a valuable away point at Ilford in a game which was tough, mainly due to the horrendous bobbly playing surface.
HMH edge past Brady bunch
"The beauty of Cup football is that Jack always has a chance of beating Goliath"
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Magical MAL win the lot
MAL completed the Maccabi League treble after beating Southgate by seven wickets to win the playoff final.
MAL clinch the treble
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Cash rich Neasden bypass the Lions
A hat-trick from last season's JC MSFL Player of Year Lee Cash helped defending champions North-West Neasden A to a comfortable victory over the Cyril Anekstein Cup holders in Arkley.
Monday, September 15, 2008
Wingate keep alive FA Cup dream
Wingate & Finchley waltzed through to the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round with a highly convincing 2-0 win over Witham Town.
Perfect 10 for rampant Lions
London Lions crushed a stunned Bovingdon side as they produced an outstanding footballing performance.
Two out of two for the Knights
Another terrific display by the Knights crowned off a thumping victory at Wanstead Flats this morning.
Super Simons boosts Neasden C
Back at the spiritual home of HMZ and under the shadow of the Wembley arch on a blistering day for football, both these teams slogged out 90 minutes of a hard fought game played in a very good spirit.
Friday, September 12, 2008
Raiders off the mark
Depleted Lions out of luck and out of the cup
London Lions suffer their first defeat as they bow out of the Aubrey Cup against Lemsford.
Scotland go it alone
Cohen hits the jackpot
Boss Lee leaves Town
Adam Lee, joint-manager of Enfield Town, was in philosophical mood after leaving the club by mutual agreement.
Tigers tame Brady
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