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Maccabi All Abilities members with AJAX FC members.

Maccabi welcomes all

DURING the last month, Maccabi All-Abilities participants have enjoyed training sessions with the local footy (AJAX FC) and basketball (Maccabi Warriors) clubs.

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Futsalroo teammates, Trans-Tasman MVP Jordan Mundell (left) and Jarrod Basger,
holding the series cup.

Futsal-Jews lead Kiwi smashing

IT is a rarity for a Jewish sportsman to pull on the green-and-gold and represent their country, whether  on the field, the track, or in the pool. But last weekend saw

Amy Meyer (right) is on her way to the Commonwealth Games.

Grappling for Games gold

THERE is much more to 22-year-old Amy Meyer than meets the eye. The former Emanuel School student, while small in stature, boasts ferocious ability in the martial art of judo. In fact, Meyer’s

Under-16’s Harry Buch has scored 14 goals this season.

Hakoah’s FFA draw

HAKOAH Sydney City East FC will face the Queensland-based Palm Beach Sharks in the final 32 of the inaugural Westfield FFA Cup after the fixture was announced as part of a live television

Maccabi’s Mark Garkawe (left) with new youth league coach, Al Westover.

Macc-ademy to tip off in 2015

MACCABI Basketball Club is looking to the future, with the unveiling of a Big V Youth League team for the 2015 season, headed by 2006 NBL coach of the year and four-time

Hockey master class

LOCAL Maccabi hockey stalwart Michael Balint was part of the victorious over-75 Australian team at the recent International Hockey Association (IHA) Tournament for Masters, which was held in conjunction with the Hockey World Cup

Benji Tamir skies for the lay-up earlier in the season. Photo: Peter Haskin

Tamir tops 40, Warriors slay Steelers

MACCABI Warriors earned a famous 89-76 win away to the Western Port Steelers on Saturday night as Warriors star guard Benji Tamir took his game to even greater

Ilya Davidov (left) and Josh Braver control the midfield. Photo: Chris Newton

Miraculous Maccabi snatch unlikely win

NORTH Caulfield Maccabi beat arch-rivals Seaford United 2-1 in blustery conditions at Caulfield Park on Sunday, despite trailing by a goal with five minutes remaining in the match. With Seaford’s win all but assured, Maccabi

Jewish coach’s World Cup upset

JEWISH Argentinian Jose Pekerman coached his Colombian side to one of the upsets of the 2014 World Cup to date, with a 3-0 Group C win over Greece,

Goal scorer Bradley Blumenthal in full flight.	Photo: Mick Ashworth

Returning Harel spurs a Maccabi form revival

NORTH Caulfield Maccabi travelled to the home ground of cellar-dwellers Nunawading City FC on Sunday and recorded a strong 3-1 win. It was a must-win game for the Maccabi

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