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Dominic Paul battles for possession earlier this season. Photo: Mick Ashworth

Miraculous Maccabi survive State League 2

NORTH Caulfield Maccabi pulled off an escape befitting Houdini to stave off relegation in its final game of the season on Sunday, with a 3-1 away win against Seaford.

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Paul Arber in 2012. Photo: Peter Haskin

US Open champion honours Paul Arber

AUSTRALIAN Omar Jasika, 2014 US Open Junior Singles and Doubles Champion, has dedicated his victories at Flushing Meadows to Maccabi Tennis Club legend Paul Arber, who died in September last year while escorting young

Hakoah celebrates after beating Northbridge 3-2 in the State League 1 grand final.

Hakoah crowned State League champs

HAKOAH Sydney City East FC capped off a spectacular campaign by triumphing in the State League 1 grand final on Sunday, beating Northbridge FC 3-2 in a dynamic display at Lambert Park. In an

Benji Tamir takes it to the ring during the 2014 season. Photo: Big V

The rise and rise of a true Warrior

A BREAKOUT season from Maccabi Warriors’ Benji Tamir has garnered league-wide attention, with the athletic forward controversially missing out on the Division 2 All-Star team at the Big V Awards evening on Saturday. Tamir’s

Gavin Rae in last week’s semifinal against Northbridge. Photo: Football NSW

Hakoah find Rae of Scottish sunshine

WITH the second tier of NSW’s football leagues beckoning for the 2015 season, Hakoah Sydney City East FC has bolstered its playing and coaching stocks by securing the services of former Scottish international,

Benno Negri’s backstroke start at the Junior Pan Pacs.

Negri leads talent pool

BENNO Negri has returned from the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Maui, Hawaii, with a silver medal in his carry-on luggage, following a star turn at the competition. In his debut for the Australian team,

Jewish Sportsman of the Year Amos
Gollach in action.

Maccabi awards Jews in sport

MACCABI Australia handed out its annual sports awards at ceremonies around the country, in recognition of the outstanding achievements of Jewish athletes in 2013. Triathlete Amos Gollach (WA) and slalom canoeist Jessica Fox (NSW)

Greg Shein during the 34km English Channel swim.

Channel triumph for Aussie super fish

GREG Shein joined an elite group earlier last week when he completed one of the most gruelling and famous tests of human endurance – a 34 kilometre swim across the English Channel. The Sydneysider

Asaf Nagar smashes a return in the semifinal against Kooyong, while doubles partner Joel Fredman looks on. Photo: Peter Haskin

GF stumble in Grade 3

MACCABI’s Grade 3 team was valiant in its grand final defeat to a Carmelite side stacked with ex-Grade 1 players on Saturday at Dendy Park. In a gruelling decider

Todd Goldstein (right) holds off Gold Coast Suns Tom Nicholls at Metricon Stadium earlier this year. Photo: AAP Image/Dan Peled

Setting the Goldstein standard

NORTH Melbourne’s Todd Goldstein is relishing a return to finals footy against Essendon on Saturday night, after a season that has the young ruckman in contention for a

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