Early-season football sweeps through Israel

December 9, 2014 22:53


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In Israel League Football action, the Judean Rebels pulled away from the Ramat Hasharon Hammers in the second quarter and held on for a 44-30 victory over the weekend.

Elsewhere, the Tel Aviv Pioneers dominated the host Jerusalem Kings 74-14, the Petah Tikva Troopers beat the Beersheba Black Swarm 20-8 for their first victory of the season and the Jerusalem Lions topped the Mazkeret Batya Silverbacks 32-14.

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