Sport

Hakoah Sydney City East Club president Mike Katz with Waverley mayor Sally Betts at the launch of a synthetic field at Waverley Oval. Photo: Noel Kessel.

New synthetic oval in Waverley

A NEW synthetic football field was launched at Waverley Oval on Monday night (May 16). The new oval will be used by a host of sports clubs and teams, including Maccabi football clubs.

Maccabi Victoria named football player Toni Hamilton (pictured with the ball) the most Outstanding Maccabi Sportswoman of the Year for 2015. Photo: Peter Haskin.

Maccabi Victoria honours best of 2015

Paralympic table tennis player Barak Mizrachi was named outstanding Jewish sportsman of the year at the annual Maccabi Victoria Awards night, held in Melbourne on Sunday night (May 15).

Kaufman

American Jew joins the Gold Coast Suns

THE Gold Coast Suns have signed former American National Football League triallist Brandon Kaufman as an international scholarship player. Kaufman, who is 25 years old and in 2013 trained with

Benno Negri, who won a gold medal, in action.

Negri brothers collect four gold medals at Victorian sprint titles

JEWISH swimmers won four gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the 2016 Victorian State Sprint Championships on the weekend.

Adam Kellerman

Kellerman’s tough run at the Australian Open

WHEELCHAIR tennis player Adam Kellerman had a tough time at the Australian Open and lost both his singles and doubles matches in straight sets. Kellerman, who is ranked 11th in […]

Dudi Sela serving during his third round match against Russian Andrey Kuznetsov.	Photo: Peter Haskin

Sela lets golden opportunity slip at Aus Open

DUDI Sela said losing to an unseeded played in the third round was frustrating but he was happy with his performance during a 7-5, 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 loss to Russian […]

Maccabi Victoria competitors, from left, Lexi Levy, Charlie Fox, Chloe Gus and Jeremy Ziven will join more than 400 people at the Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival in Sydney next week.	Photo: Peter Haskin

Junior Carnival to start today

MORE than 400 kids from across Australasia will attend Maccabi Australia’s 34th Junior Carnival in Sydney, which starts today (Tuesday). The 160 athletes from Victoria will join competitors from New […]

AJN File

Malaysia starts sporting war with Israel

A SECOND storm involving Israel, Malaysia and sport is brewing, with the blue-and-white table tennis squad still waiting to receive visas for the World Table Tennis Championships which are being held […]

Adam Kellerman at the Australian Open this year. Photo: Peter Haskin

Kellerman wins first national title

ADAM Kellerman booked his spot in the 2016 Australian Open with a win at the first national wheelchair tennis championships in Bendigo last ­weekend. The star player, who is Australia’s […]

Maccabi members who participated in last year’s swimathon.	Photo: Peter Haskin

Swimming for a good cause

MACCABI is trying to raise $100,000 for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with a national 12-hour swimathon this Sunday. In Sydney teams from Emanuel School, Mount Sinai College and Moriah […]