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12.02.2015 | 20 Kislev, 5776
Multiple world record holders and Olympic champions will compete in the event which is taking place in Israel for the first time.
By ALLON SINAI
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Nahariya beat defending champion Jerusalem at home two weeks earlier and showed it was no coincidence by overcoming Maccabi.
Mark Lyons led Rishon with 25 points, eight assists and five rebounds.
Yellow-and-blue crushes Bnei Yehuda 4-0 behind another brace from Zahavi.
Robert Rothbart led five Tel Aviv players in double figures with 16 points and 13 boards, but Hapoel still dropped to 3-6 with its third defeat in four games.
Maccabi Tel Aviv can return to first place with a win over Bnei Yehuda in Netanya on Sunday.
Southerners host Kfar Saba in need of win to keep pace with Mac TA, Beitar visits Mac Petah Tikva
With just one victory in six matches, yellow-and-blue in dire straights heading into final four games.
“What we wanted was to come out of the game tonight with a chance to qualify,” said Gunners manager Arsene Wenger. “How big the chance is? I don’t know, but I believe we can do it,” he added.
Arik Henig celebrated 30 years of cooperation with the NBA last year, a landmark he marked on the occasion of outgoing commissioner David Stern being replaced by Adam Silver.
By JERUSALEM POST SPORTS STAFF
Yellow-and-blue again in over its head against Mourinho’s men, falls to 5th straight group defeat.
Judy Reefe and Jill Sadeghi took home first place, followed by Michal Ronen and Ophra Dagan in second.
Haifa failed to find the back of the net in seven of its first 10 matches of the campaign and its performance on Monday was anything but impressive.
Hapoel had lost four of five games over all competitions before thrashing Hapoel Eilat 99-73 in BSL action on Saturday to pick up some much-needed confidence.
Maccabi has got two more matches to make sure it doesn’t end the group stage without a point.
Win brings team within two points of Hapoel Beersheba in second place and four points of league-leaders Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Yellow-and-blue thrashes Greens by 40 points at Yad Eliyahu in Tabak’s BSL debut.
To meet international standards, the tennis courts in Kiryat Shmona have been refurbished at the cost of approximately NIS 100,000.
Josh Duncan led Jerusalem with 25 points, with Bar Timor adding a career-high 23 points for Hapoel, which improved to 5-2.
Beersheba entered Saturday on the back of a five-match winning streak, its longest since 1996. However, it was unable to extend it, being held by Bnei Yehuda in Herzliya.
Yellow-and-blue falls to 1-5 in Euroleague with home loss to CSKA in Tabak’s first game as coach
Beersheba is ahead of threetime defending champion Maccabi Tel Aviv by virtue of its superior defensive record, conceding nine goals to the yellow and- blue’s 11, with both teams scoring 20 goals.
Alongside Russia, Andorra, Argentina, Bolivia and Ukraine, Israel was found non-compliant of the WADA Code and can no longer conduct anti-doping programs, has until March 18 to comply with demands.
Reds edged by Novgorod for first loss in Jerusalem Arena this season • Rishon Lezion prevails in Europe Cup.
It is clearer with every passing year that any lingering hope of Pe’er regaining her once elite status in the women’s game is fool headed.
Croatian believes he can transform team’s fortunes after being unveiled as the new head coach.
Goodes’s assistant Avi Even was at the helm for the final time on Monday and his short tenure ended with a win.
Croat thrilled at joining yellow-and-blue after replacing Guy Goodes at the helm.
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