Schedules & Scores
Maccabi Ramat Hen
Last Game - Women DI
Elizur Ramla 76 - Maccabi Ramat Hen 69
Ashdod has arrived, and wants hardware
Ashdod trailed through out the game and was down 9 with 10 minutes left, before an impressive defensive display turned things around. Ramat Hen again let a game slip in the 4th quarter, and Ashdod won 72-68 to make their first ever Cup Finals appearance.
Women's Offseason Update
It's still early in the offseason but a few changes have already happened for the 10/11 season. News of the latest coaching changes (including the new Ramla coach) and player movement – inside.
Upsets as semis tip off
Ramat Hen came back from an 18 point deficit to win in Ramat Hasharon, Ramla did the same in Ashdod with their most important player. Final scores were 100-95 for Ramla following one of the best games we've seen in recent years, Ramat Hen won 62-50.
Ramat Hen Forced Game 5
Ramat Hasharon & Ramla closed out their 1/4 finals series with road wins in Holon & Jerusalem. Ramat Hen got a big win over Natanya to force game 5.
Huge Comeback Win for Ramla
Down 17 with 17 minutes left in regulation, Ramla's coach called timeout. She returned with a zone defense and Noelle Quinn at the point. Ramla made no more subs as they came all the way back to an amazing overtime win. Ramat Hen still led 76 - 72 with 38 seconds to go in the 4th after Noa Ganor's huge 3, but Quinn tied it at the line and there was no stopping them after that.
Ramat Hen Sign Jackson
After having to replace Ayana Walker due to visa problems, Ramat Hen signed NY Liberty forward Tiffany Jackson.
Ramat Hen Adds Bobbitt, Gay
After a very quiet offseason, Ramat Hen announced the signing of three American players and six Israeli players as five weeks remain before the start of the season. Who knows, maybe soon we'll hear something from Raanana Hertzeliya too.
Women’s League Off-Season News
Natanya signed Liad Suez Karni, Shiri Sharon and an American post player. Noa Rikanati will coach Ramla, Ornit Shwartz & Rivi Grinboym are heading to Ashdod, Tal Natan will cocah Holon which signed Tamara Ransburg, Bnei Yehuda decided not to play in D1 this season, news from the offseason so far – inside.
Ramla Wins Thriller, Again
79 – 78, that was the final score of the 4th thriller between Ramla and Ramat Hen and like the previous close games, Ramla won this time too. Katia Levtizky with a huge 3 cut a six-point deficit in half with 3 minutes to go and Ramla kept the momentum until Tamara Moore's free throw gave them the lead with 2.3 seconds left. She missed the 2nd shot and Ramla advance to the finals to meet Ramat Hasharon.
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Ramat Hen Escapes Ramla
Ramla, who got blown out by 30 in Ramat Hasharon just three days ago, showed a lot of fighting spirit against Ramat Hen and should have won the game. Ramla came back from 12-points down with 18 minutes to go and led 70-64 with under 3 minutes to play. Shay Doron with a big 3 sparked a 9-0 Ramat Hen run in the remaining minutes and Ramat Hen escaped, 73 – 70.