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The masters 35+ football side suffered another loss on Monday morning

Monday saw GB claim more medals, as the junior fencerswon bronze and silver…

* FENCING:

Having seen Guy Cohen claim Team GB’s first medal at the Games on Monday, the fencers continued to deliver the goods on Monday.

The junior team, comprising of Richard Bernstein, Joel Crowne and Leo Gundle winning bronze and silver within the space of an hour.

* FOOTBALL:

MASTERS (45+) Group Stage
Maccabi GB 0 Argentina 1
The 45’s lost their second game in two days as they were narrowly beaten by the South Americans

MASTERS (35+) Group Stage
Maccabi GB 0 Israel 4
The 35’s also fell to their second loss in two days, as they were comprehensively beaten by the hosts

U18
Maccabi GB 7 Spain 0
Joel Nathan’s side made it three wins from three as two goals each from Jake Kelley and Scott Kashket helped them to this emphatic win. Golas from Stanley Offord, Michael Kenley and David Seitler wrapped up the win.

U16
Maccabi GB 0 Argentina 1
Team GB put in a spirited performance, but were ultimately undone – an beaten – by a 4th minute goal.

*TENNIS:

OPEN
Men’s singles – round two:
Richard Moss was beaten 6-3, 6-4 by Belfer Dor

JUNIOR
Boys singles – round two:
Joshua Paris beat Daniel Pilman 6-0, 6-0
Aaron Shahrabany was beaten 6-0, 6-0 by Justyn Levin
Gabriel Freedman was beaten 6-2, 6-3 by Eduardo Sultan
Max Benaim was beaten 6-0, 6-4 by Ram Kapach

Girl’s singles – round two:
Rebecca Smaller beat Haley Cohen 3-6, 6-3, 6-1

MASTERS
Men’s 45+ round-robin:
David Mattev was beaten 8-0 by Michael Kalles
Alex Barnett beat Szumsztajn Ismajovich 8-3

*FUTSAL:

MASTERS

Maccabi GB 5 – 1 Maccabi Hong Kong
Adam Lustigman’s side claimed their first win of the competition as two goals from Darren Cohen helped them to this victory. Olly Olsen, Mark Wagman and Adam Gishen also found the back of the net.

YOUTH
Russia 4 Maccabi GB 3
Richard Horne’s youth side were beaten in a thrilling seven-goal thriller. Sammy Horne, Oron Sheldon and Jordan Kay all scored for Team GB.

JUNIOR
Brazil 7 Maccabi GB 2
Jordan Grundman had fired them into an early lead, though by the time Jonah Gordon-Boyd found himself on the scoresheet, the game was well past the Brits.

OPEN
South Africa 1 Maccabi GB 6
The open team kept up their fine start to the competition as two goals from Nick Landesberg helped them on their way to an emphatic win. Ricky Engleman, Liron Mannie, Charlie Rubin and Motti Colman also all got on the scoresheet.

*NETBALL:

OPEN
South Africa 1 Maccabi GB 6
The open team maintained their winning start to the competition with this emphatic win.

JUNIOR
Maccabi GB 53 South Africa 10
The juniors claimed their first win – following defeat to Australia yesterday – by completing a double over the South Africans.

*LAWN BOWLS:

MALE FOURS ROUND ROBIN ROUND FOUR:
Maccabi GB 12 Israel 24

MALE FOURS ROUND ROBIN ROUND FIVE:
Maccabi GB 13 South Africa 21

MALE SINGLES ROUND FOUR:
Michael Zusman beat Bernard Davidson 21-12

MALE SINGLES ROUND FIVE:
Jared Stein beat Bernard Davidson 21-20

 

* TABLE TENNIS:

The open team agonisingly lost out on a medal after being defeated 3-2 by USA, 11-9 in the fifth and final set of the final match. Team USA featured the world-ranked Michael Landers in their team.

* GOLF:

The boy’s team finished their tournament in last place.

*SQUASH:

JUNIOR (Team Event)
Maccabi lost to USA and Israel

*SWIMMING:

MALE 200m FREESTYLE FINAL
Adam Warner finished the final in last place, though still, amongst others, the 5km to take part in on Sunday.

FEMALE 4X100 FREESTYLE FINAL
GB’s quartet of Hollie Fisher, Rachel Ayrton, Chloe Jacobs & Kramer Elisha finished the final in 6th place

WATER POLO:
Maccabi GB 4 Brazil 19
Team GB’s team fell to their third consecutive loss of the tournament.