All posts tagged 2013

Back-to-Back champs

NEW South Wales has gone back-to-back at the annual Maccabi President’s Cup, trumping locals Victoria and the travelling Western Australia teams at the event hosted at the prestigious Moonah Links Golf Course.

Back to School 2013

There were plenty of smiles, tears and hugs as the first day of school finally arrived for 2013. The AJN was there to capture some of the special moments.

Kellerman downed in debut

AUSTRALIA’s only Jewish representative in the men’s wheelchair tournament at the Australian Open Adam Kellerman went down his grand slam debut 6-4, 6-3 to seventh seed Stefan Olsson from Sweden last week.

Sydney’s cracking Carnival wraps up

AFTER a memorable week of exciting social and sporting activities, the 31st Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival came to a close in Sydney on Tuesday, with organisers and participants heaping praise on the biggest sporting and social event on the Jewish calendar.

Second round sees Jews bow out

JEWISH tennis guns Shahar Peer, Amir Weintraub and Jesse Levine have all been sent packing in their second round matches of the Australian Open.

Three remain in the hunt at Aus Open

JEWISH tennis stars Shahar Peer, Amir Weintraub and Jesse Levine have all won through to the second round of the Australian Open, while Dudi Sela and Camila Giorgi were sent packing in the first round at Melbourne Park.

Israelis battle through to Aus Open main draw

ISRAELI male tennis stars Dudi Sela and Amir Weintraub have won all three of their qualifying matches to progress through to the main draw of the 2013 Australian Open.

Counting down the days

WITH less than a week to go until the 31st Maccabi Australia Junior Carnival hits the shores of Sydney, hundreds of Jewish participants around Australia and New Zealand are in final preparation for the grand event.

Jews struggling in Aus Open prep

THE Jewish tennis stars set to hit Melbourne Park for the upcoming Australian Open have struggled in preparation for the grand slam.

Carnival countdown begins

WITH just over one month to go until the 2013 Maccabi Junior Carnival kicks off in Sydney, carnival manager Danny Hochberg said his team is on track to produce the best one yet.