SPORT IN BRIEF

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport -

CRICKET In­dia A will play three one-day matches in Is­rael as part of the coun­try’s 60th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions. The Is­raeli Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion con­firmed that the In­dian board will send a full-strength A side to play against an In­vi­ta­tional XI fea­tur­ing play­ers­fro­manum­ber of coun­tries, in­clud­ing SouthAfricanA­dam Bacher. Seven over­seas crick­eters are re­ported to have ac­cepted the in­vi­ta­tions and the squad will be sup­ple­mented by lo­cal play­ers.

FIVES As­pir­ing ac­tor Gregg Sulkin teamedup­with­Ali Buchanan­towinthe na­tional Un­der 16 Eton Fives Cham­pi­onships for High­gate school in Shrews­bury. A for­mer mem­berofQPR’s school of ex­cel­lence, Sulkin played a lead role in Sixty Six with He­le­naBon­hamCarter.

TENPINBOWLING South African Guy Camin­sky won the 2008 World Ten­pin Masters at the Barns­ley Metrodome. The two-time Mac­cabiah Games star, who holds the record for the high­est score (300 — a per­fect game) won his first ma­jor in­ter­na­tional tour­na­ment vic­tory, and along with the crown of World Mas­ter, also took home the win­ners prize of £30,000.

JCMSFL Four goals from league top-scorer Richard Fo­gel­man helped South Man­cu­ni­ans B clinch the Di­vi­sion Five ti­tle on Mon­day night af­ter they beat Hen­don Hawks 5-3. Jamie Kent scored the other. Danny Conn, Shim Ben­soor and Eli Meshu­lam replied.

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