Hapoel looks for first away win of season

Bnei Hasharon will look to recover from its surprise home defeat last week to Hapoel Galil Elyon.

January 20, 2008 02:39
Hapoel looks for first away win of season

Hapoel Jerusalem 224.88. (photo credit: Asaf Kliger)


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The basketball season is almost three months old, but Hapoel Jerusalem is still searching for its first road win in all competitions. Jerusalem is 0-10 away from home this season and will be looking to finally end its road woes at Hapoel Afula/Gilboa on Sunday. The Reds are still without injured center Jamie Arnold, but should have Sharon Sasson back in the lineup and will be confident against a Afula/Gilboa side which has lost all four of its home BSL games this season. Bnei Hasharon will look to recover from its surprise home defeat last week to Hapoel Galil Elyon when it hosts Ironi Ramat Gan on Sunday. Bnei Hasharon was a perfect 4-0 at home until last week and will have its hands full against Ramat Gan, which is on a three-game winning streak. Hapoel Holon will host Galil Elyon on Sunday without center Tanoka Beard, who was released from the team on Thursday night. Also Sunday, Ironi Ashkelon hosts Maccabi Rishon Lezion. On Monday, Ironi Nahariya visits Maccabi Tel Aviv in what will surly be its toughest game of the season.

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