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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.

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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

Hakoah Sydney City East FC players and Hakoah board members before the side’s FFA Cup clash against Palm Beach.

Hakoah’s bright future on and off the field

As the 2014 season concludes, Hakoah Sydney City East FC can reflect on a landmark year, including the side’s deep run into the inaugural Westfield FFA Cup, a minor premiership

Nat Court skips past an attempted tackle. Photo: Daniel Blau

Maccabi women push for promotion

AFTER the disappointment of relegation last season, North Caulfield Maccabi’s seniors women’s edged closer to a return to State League 2 after a 2-0 victory at home over

Aussies represent at Maccabi World Union congress

AT the recent 27th Maccabi World Union (MWU) Congress in Israel, Australia’s Tom Goldman was elected one of the three vice-presidents of the MWU. Goldman said he is “thrilled

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. While the Jackas are still

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

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