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David Fayman kicked his 500th VAFA goal during the AJAX loss to Uni Blues. Photo: Peter Haskin

Jackas finals hopes dashed

AJAX’S late-season push for a finals berth has all but ended, after its 56-point loss at the home of ladder-leaders Uni Blues on Saturday.

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Hakoah’s Jarrod Basger manoeuvres past Palm Beach captain Justyn McKay in their FFA Cup round of 32 clash. Photo: Noel Kessel

Sharks nip Hakoah’s Cup run

HAKOAH Sydney City East FC’s fairytale run through the Westfield FFA Cup came to an end in the Round of 32 on Tuesday night, after a 2-1 defeat to

Kyron Israelsohn powers through the pool.

Swimming sensation

YEAR 12 Masada College student Kyron Israelsohn is the fastest 50m freestyle swimmer for his age in Australia, after winning gold at the Australian National Swimming Championships held in Melbourne. The 17-year-old raced away in

Hakoah continues its road to the FFA Cup on Tuesday against Palm Beach Sharks.
Photo: Football NSW

Hakoah gunning for FFA Cup glory

WHEN Hakoah Sydney City East FC takes on Palm Beach Sharks in the FFA Cup round of 32, it will be defending a title the club has held for 36 years. The

Yavneh’s senior boys soccer team with coach Gidi Sweet.

Yavneh progress to State championships

LEIBLER Yavneh College’s senior soccer team has advanced to next month’s School Sport Victorian State Finals, after triumphing at the Southern Metro Regional Senior Boys tournament last week. In the day’s thrilling decider, Yavneh edged

Jordan Mundell controls the ball earlier this season.

Hakoah win, wrap up title

HAKOAH Sydney City East FC and Nepean FC played out a 1-1 draw on Saturday, and, with three rounds remaining, the point was enough for Hakoah to secure

Benji Tamir is a contender for league MVP this season. Photo: Peter Haskin

Warriors lowly finish

THE Maccabi Warriors concluded their season on a sour note, losing two matches during a weekend double-header, which consigned the squad to a bottom-place finish on the Big V Division 2 ladder. On Saturday

Amy Meyer (right) pictured with fellow judo medal-winners in the women’s under-48kg category in Glasgow, Scotland.
Photo: AP Photo/Frank Augstein

The agony and the ecstasy

FORMER Emanuel School student Amy Meyer captured a bronze medal for judo last Thursday at Glasgow’s 2014  Commonwealth Games, but there was heartbreak for Olympic hero Steven Solomon, who tore a hamstring in the

Ben Brill swerves past a
gate in the Buller Cup.

Brill-iant at Buller Cup

KING David School year 9 student Ben Brill is carving out a name for himself after hitting the slopes in the recent Mount Buller Cup, where he took out the Under-16 Alpine

Coach Andrew
Solewicz addresses
his charges earlier this
season. Photo: Peter
Haskin

Young Warriors look to the future

ANYONE looking at the Big V Division 2 ladder would be forgiven for thinking the 2014 season was a write-off for the bottom placed Maccabi Warriors. They would be wrong. With a doubleheader to

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