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Youth on the rise

FLYING from Sydney to Adelaide and back again, with a football game in between, isn’t the way most 16-year-olds spend their Sunday.
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Feisty fightback as trio triumph

JEWISH team Maccabi Sounds pulled off a remarkable comeback against highly-fancied opponents Deepdene to win the grand final of Metro League 2, last week at Albert Park.

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Montags mighty at schools champs

DYNAMIC family duo Jemima and Piper Montag were the sole Jewish representatives at the recent National All-Schools Athletics Championships in Adelaide.


Five-hour thriller in final

THE Victorian Maccabi Snooker Club’s 2014 premier season came to a thrilling conclusion last Thursday night with one of the longest and most entertaining Jewish Open finals in its 24-year history.

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Smorgon named new president

BARRY Smorgon OAM has replaced Lisa Borowick as Maccabi Australia’s new president after a decision was announced at the organisation’s annual general meeting last week.

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Israeli umpire dies days after Hughes

AS sporting and wider communities the world over mourn the loss of 25-year-old rising star Phillip Hughes, Israel’s cricket community has been rocked by a similar freak accident.

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Maccabi’s weekend sweep

LAST weekend saw a momentous round of games for Maccabi Futsal in Sydney, with all nine teams winning every game they played, something that has never happened before in the club’s history.

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Sherr ushers in new era

THE Maccabi Warriors have announced longstanding clubman Daniel Sherr as head coach of the senior men’s team next season.

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Ballsy Jews dodge to title

WHEN an advertisement on Facebook for the Sydney Skyzone Dodgeball Championships caught the eye of Ilan Lavan, he thought it might be a fun way for him and four friends to recreate one of their favourite films, Ben Stiller’s 2004 […]

Adam Kellerman in action at the 2014 Australian Open. Photo: Fiona Hamilton

Kellerman honoured for smashing season

WHEELCHAIR tennis star Adam Kellerman's finest season to date has seen him climb to a career-high world singles ranking of 12, while also resulting in a nomination for the Most Outstanding Athlete with a Disability Award at the Newcombe Medal Australian Tennis Awards.

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