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Maccabi Bucks win U18 final

The Waverly Basketball Association U18 Boys Division 1 premiership decider took place last Sunday and it was all Maccabi head-to-head, guaranteeing a premiership victory for Maccabi Victoria Basketball Club.

The match was mostly even between the Maccabi Bucks and the Maccabi Warriors, made up of all Victorian members of Australia’s U16 men’s team, who have competed in the Maccabiah Games in Israel this year.

In the end, the Maccabi Bucks won 30-23.

Joel Fredman (left) and Jess Fricker.


Vic Jewish Tennis Champion Crowned

The Maccabi Tennis Club and Victorian Jewish Tennis Championships in late August/early September 2022 have drawn the playing field.

As such, neither of the top two seeds qualified for the Open Singles finals or the Men’s Grade B Singles.

Joel Fredman defeated Jess Fricker 6-1, 6-3 in the final to become the Open Singles Club Champion.

To get there, he beat defending champion Warren Steinberg 6-3 6-7 6-1 in the semifinals and won his first three matches without dropping a set.

Alan Liebowitz did not drop a set en route to the Grade B singles decider, but lost the first set of the final against Adam Needleman, 4-6.

Leibovitz quickly bounced back from that setback, winning the next two sets 6-1, 6-3 to claim the B grade trophy.

Brothers Warren and Dean Steinberg won the doubles title in a round-robin format.

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Sizel shines against Dragons in Grand Finals

2022 AFL Draft Top 10 Nominee and former AJAX Junior Harry Siesel contributed heavily to the Sandringham Dragons’ 14.10 (94) to 7.9 (51) win over the Dandenong Stingrays in the NAB League Boys Grand Final . – Glassman.

Sheezel kicked four goals off five shots for the Dragons and had 13 disposals in another classy display.

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MCG Hosts Jolson-Houli Unity Cup This Sunday

Fans of Aussie Rules, and anyone who supports fostering interfaith relationships among young people through sport, are all heading to the MCG this Sunday to attend the annual Jolson-Houli Unity Cup match. We encourage you to support the athletes of

Admission is free and you can watch two matches between Jewish and Muslim teams. The U15 men’s match will start at 9:30 am and the main match, the U18 men’s match, will start at 10:45 am followed by the awards ceremony.

The Jolson/Maccabi/AJAX community team has attended training sessions under coach Jamie Flinkier and are looking forward to not only playing at the MCG but also interacting and building friendships with their Bachar Houli Academy team opponents after the game. to

The event is a partnership between Richmond Football Club, Maccabi Victoria, Bachar Houli Foundation, Henry Jolson Pathways Program, AJAX Footy Club, AFL and Melbourne Cricket Club Foundation.

Jolson/Maccabi/AJAX community team jersey.


Maccabi FC Caulfield celebrate women’s game

After the Women’s State League 1 Southeast season has finally come to a complete conclusion, Football Victoria’s CEO Kimon Tagliadores was in attendance at Maccabi FC Caulfield 2022 Women’s Awards Night at Caulfield Park Bowls Club earlier this month. , there was a lot to celebrate.

It was also an opportunity to thank club officials, team head coach Adam Steele, outgoing reserve team and assistant senior coach Gilli Imber.

The Senior Team Award winners are Lizzie Quinton (Player of Players), Aisha Phipps-Booth (Most Valuable Player) and Allie Radbrujak (Most Improved Player), while Quinton won the Sidney Khan Special I also won an award.

In the reserve team awards, Mego O’Sullivan won the Most Valuable Player Award, Abby Gordon won the Most Valuable Player Award, and the Coach Award went to Bonnie Mills.

Two award winner Lizzie Quinton.

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Kennedy joins tournament

Former Socceroo striker Josh Kennedy was the star guest at the latest Football Victoria Walking Football Tournament at Caylor Park earlier this month, while Maccabi FC Caulfield will be heading to Caylor, Berwick and Witt. Participated in two teams playing against the teams of Ruthie, Bendigo and Beechworth.

Kennedy also participated in several games of this friendly, modified form of the sport.

The smiles and camaraderie of players from different teams made the future of walking football bright.

Maccabi walking football player and Josh Kennedy.


Maccabi positive first pennant

Mazal joined the Maccabi Victoria Squash Club team of Luke Lourensz, Jake Green and Hugo Burstin.

The trio finished as winter 2022 pennant runners-up in the men’s C reserve division in their first season in the Southern Squash League.

Meanwhile, the small but growing club, reunited for 2021, hosts social squash sessions on Sundays at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.

For more information about the club, please contact Justin on 0400 551 611.

From left: Luke Lawrence, Jake Green and Hugo Burstyn.

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