Tuesday's Maccabiah Games Results

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July 15, 2009 07:05
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Baseball Junior Boys: Canada 19, Mexico 1. Basketball Men's: Brazil 75, Greece 50; Women's: Canada 33, USA 48. Junior Boys (aged 15-16): Russia 69, USA 92; Canada 67, Turkey 44; Belgium 53, Italy 56. Junior Boys (aged 17-18): Argentina 56, Canada 88. Junior Girls: Australia 52, Canada 31; Great Britain 15, USA 85. Cricket Junior Boys: Great Britain 80 all out, S. Africa 81-1 Field Hockey Women's: Australia 0, USA 5. Futsal Men's: Australia 4, Spain 0; Guatemala 1, Russia 14. Junior Boys (aged 15-16): Argentina 1, Mexico 0. Soccer Junior Boys (aged 17-18): Brazil 0, Sweden 1; Holland 0, Mexico 3; Germany 0, USA 7. Junior Girls: Canada 8, Great Britain 0; Israel 1, USA 4. Masters Men's Over 35: Brazil 2, Canada 0; Great Britain 0, Mexico 0. Softball Masters Men's: Canada 18, Venezuela 1; Israel 4, USA 10. Squash Men's: Australia 2, Brazil 1; France 0, Israel 3; France 1, USA 2; Australia 3, France 0; Israel 3, USA 0; Brazil 3, Slovakia 0; France 2, Slovakia 1. Table Tennis Men's: Australia 2, Germany 3; Sweden 3, USA 1; France 3, Great Britain1; Austria 3, Greece 0; Australia 3, USA 1; Germany1, Israel 3; France 1, Russia 3; Great Britain 3, Greece 0. Junior Boys: Canada 1, Great Britain 3; Scotland 0, S. Africa 3; Australia 0, Russia 3; Sweden 1, USA 3; Canada 0, Israel 3; Great Britain 3, Scotland 0; Australia 0, Germany 3; Russia 3, USA 0. Masters Men's: Israel 3, Slovkia 0; Australia 1, Russia 3; Great Britain 3, USA 0; Canada 0, Scotland 3; Israel 3, Russia 2; Great Britain 0, Scotland 3; Canada 0, USA 3; Australia 3, Slovakia 0. Volleyball Men's: USA 3, Canada 0. Women's: Brazil 3, Italy 0; Canada 2, USA 3. Waterpolo Men's: Israel 24, Mexico 4; Canada 12, USA 18. Wrestling Men's: David Aliyu ISR 0, Evan Silver USA 3; Anton Kogan RUS 0, Evan Silver USA 5; Beni Biniashvili ISR 4, Laurence Colton USA 0; Gabriel Choueke CAN 10, Jason Goldman USA 3; Dani Goncharenko ISR 0 Mikhael Golod RUS 3.

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