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October 06, 1989 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-06

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The British, inevitably,
were the first ones to in-
troduce the game to the Holy
Land and, during the British
Mandate of Palestine, the
troops billeted in Jerusalem
regularly partook in its sub-
tle pleasures.
The game kept going until
the early '60s. Then, in 1967,
in the wake of the Six-Day
War, a flood of immigrants
reached Israel's shores, in-
cluding the late Ben Abrams
of Bombay, who together with
his 10 sons formed a complete
team.
Since those days, Israeli
cricket has continued to
thrive, although not surpris-
ingly, it has never quite
entered the mainstream of
local sporting culture.
Nowadays, Israel has 13
teams, with about 85 percent
of the country's 200 or so
cricketers being of Indian
origin. The Jerusalem
Cricket Club was rejuvenated
last summer following a
decade of "lounging in the
beer tent," with the national
team captain Stanley Pearl-
man, a fine all-rounder, at the
helm. Games are played
under the shadow of the
Knesset in the Hebrew
University's Givat Ram
Stadium.
This year the national team
will again face Great Britain,
South Africa, India and pre-
sent champions Australia (IC-
SA), a group of fervent Zionist
British cricketers, many of
whom are members of Lon-
don's Harrow Cricket Club.
Field hockey was a popular
sport in pre-State days, when
mandatory personnel rubbed
sticks with English members
of the "Yishuv." The local
game flourished for a number
of years, with the inaugural
hockey tournament being
held at the 1951 Maccabiah.
Within a few short years,
however, the game fell into
decline.
Revived and reintroduced
into the Maccabiah during
the late 70s, field hockey
numbers have again dwindl-
ed and there doesn't appear to
be a great deal of enthusiasm.
Half-a-dozen bowls clubs
already exist in the country,
serving the sporting and
social needs of nearly 1,000
members, to whom English is
most definitely the lingua
franca.
With the financial help of
Teddy Kollek's Jerusalem
Foundation, the capital's own
club should be ready to open
its doors in time for July's
Maccabiah. Beautifully
situated in the Herzl forest, it
will have only one green and
about 40 members in the in-
itial stage.

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