Sport

Gold class from Goldstat on the Gold Coast

Maccabiah Games hero Josh Goldstat capped off a year to remember with a gold medal on debut at the ITU World Championships on the Gold Coast.

Struggling Saints SEEK out Bassat

Incoming St Kilda president Andrew Bassat has a message for long-suffering Jewish Saints supporters – “Keep the faith!” Bassat’s appointment makes him St Kilda’s second Jewish president – the first, Reuben Sackville, held the role from 1946 to 1955.

Yates raises the Bar-celona

Leora Yates won a gold medal for Australia at the 2018 International Weightlifting Federation's Masters World Championships late last month.

AJAX Jackas get relegated

Records tumbled as AJAX's horror season ended with a 154-point thrashing by St Bernards on Saturday, officially relegating the Jackas back to Premier C for the first time since 2011.

NSW wins Maccabi Lawn Bowls nationals

Nearly 70 men and women from five states competed in the 2018 Maccabi national lawn bowls carnival from August 19-24 at Mermaid Beach Bowling Club in the Gold Coast, with NSW finishing on top.

Trophy time for Maccabi’s awesome Amigos

The Maccabi Hakoah Amigos came back from behind against Waverley to win the Easts Football Association boys' U13 division 3 premiership on August 25.

Ideal conditions at Mt Buller for Maccabi Championships

Conditions were ideal at Mt Buller for 90 athletes competing in the 2018 Maccabi Snow Sports Championships and Australian Jewish Inter-school tournament.

Blumberg earns pro debut at Charlton

Ryan Blumberg had a dream start to his second season for Charlton Athletic U23s, playing in the senior team's EFL Cup match against MK Dons on August 14.

Levy laps it up at Para Pan Pacs

Paralympian Matt Levy showed why he remains a force in world swimming last week, setting new PBs and winning medals at the 2018 Para Pan Pacs in Cairns.

Duo kick more karate goals at nationals

Sydney's Richard Basckin and Yonatan Freund ended the 2018 Australian karate season by winning medals at the national championships in the Sunshine Coast.