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Last round scores:
Maccabi Kiryat Motzkin 84 - Hapoel Haifa 75
Maccabi Raanana 96 - Hapoel Kfar-Saba/Kohav Yair 70
Hapoel Afula 93 - Maccabi Hod Hasharon 86
Ironi Kiryat Ata 88 - Hapoel 82
Elizur Yavne 71 - Hapoel Beer-Sheva/ Bnei Shimon 94
Maccabi Rehovot 66 - hapoel ramat gan 76
Maccabi Kiryat-Gat 0 - Hapoel Kazrin/Galil 0
Next round games:
Maccabi Kiryat-Gat - Hapoel Kazrin/Galil

Local Hero
In a video interview, Cedric Jackson, American playing for Be'eri in division II, talks about living in the Negev under the threat of missiles, about his family wanting him to return home and his brave decision to stay.

Tal Natan Moves To Men
Tal Natan is moving from the women's 1st division league to the men's 2nd division league. Natan is leaving Bnei Yehuda (will be replaced by his assistant coach) for Hapoel Be'er Sheva, where he will replace Israel Baruch who recently left the team after reviving it over the past several years.

National League - 10th Day
Afula, Holon and Netanya created a three-way in the top, as Ramla and Petah-Tikva dropped from the race for the meantime. Important win for Kiryat Ata, with a triple-double from Younger.

National League - 9th Day
Afula and Netanya won easily, and enjoyed Holon and Petah-Tikva's surprising losses. Ramla is gaining on the top 4, Kiryat Ata stays in the last place.

National League - 8th Day
5 Road wins tonight: Porat scored a winner from downtown in Petah-Tikva, Holon did it in Netanya with 40 points by Carcamo, Rosh Ha'ain won in Ramla, Hod Hasharon in Ashdod and only Givata'im won at home.

Ramat Ef'al Will play in D3!
Ramat Ef'al, which promoted to the Premier League, has given up the chance and will play in the third league. Hod Hasharon and Zefat will play in the National League.

Jeron says Hi
Lee, Jeron Roberts' wife, writes about his brother's. There's some good news