All posts tagged Aaron Fetter

Ally building towards AFLW dream

ALLY Bild’s hunger to achieve her dream of being drafted by an AFLW club saw the immensely talented teen complete her own two-month pre-season training program before Collingwood’s VFLW team started theirs in November. 

Brilliant Brygel bags top cricket gong

CLUB legends and emerging stars were recognised at Maccabi AJAX Cricket Club's awards ceremony last week at Caulfield Park Pavilion.

Fridman racks up another win

CUE sports sensation Marc Fridman was recently crowned the Australian U21 billiards champion at 17, with a further four years in front of him at the age level. 

Jewish stars rise on national stage

VICTORIAN teenage sprint sensation Ori Drabkin and Olympian Steven Solomon led the way for a talent-laden Jewish contingent at the 2019 Australian Track and Field Championships held at Sydney Olympic Park over the past week. 

Goldstat leads the way in triathlon triumph

TRIATHLON comeback king Josh Goldstat has continued his remarkable return to the gruelling sport, blitzing a 600-strong field to take out the 2XU Triathlon Series sprint distance event.

Lance Stroll pockets first points in pink

LANCE Stroll burst onto the Formula 1 scene as a fresh-faced 18-year-old in 2017, before he'd finished high school and obtained his road licence.

Drabkin and Kino shine on VIC Athletics stage

A week after rattling home in the U16 para boys 100m in a PB time, Ori Drabkin has draped himself in gold at the final weekend of the Victorian Track and Field Championships at Lakeside Athletic track.

Canberra’s keeper keen to bounce back

Ever bubbly shot-stopper Melissa Maizels experienced her toughest W-League campaign to date, forced to watch her Canberra United teammates from the bench. But she's determined to come back strong.

Captain Casey to steer Southern north

Casey Aarons, who is entering her third campaign in the NPLW and second with Southern United FC, was shocked but honoured to be appointed club captain.

Jewish swimming pioneer inspires next gen

Israeli-born swimming legend Nachum Buch had inspiring meetings with Jewish Australian swimmers before last week's Victorian Swimming Championships and Para Swimming World Series opener in Melbourne.