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Herbalife Ramat Hasharon
Last Game - Women's Israeli Cup
Hapoel Rishon Lezion 60 - Herbalife Ramat Hasharon 63
One on One: with Shamela Hampton
's Interview with Shamela Hampton, January 2014 for SAFSAL ("Bench" – Leading Israeli Internet Basketball site)
The starting point guard of the new WNBA champion will board a long flight in a few days and land here, in Israel, in Ramat Hasharon. The coaches already tabbed her as pre-season MVP, and 'Safsal' is very excited for Briann January's return. Inside we'll try to explain why you should be, too.
At the buzzer: Ramla returns to the Finals
In an awesome playoff thriller, Ramla & Ramat Hasharon exchanged blows for 40 minutes and Ramat Hasharon was 6 seconds away from a 5th and deciding game. Tanisha Wright stole the inbound play and got a game winning shot to go with 1.5 seconds left to lift Ramla to victory. They will face Ashdod in the finals as a re-match of last season.
Road Rules: Ramla wins Game 3
Tanisha Wright scored 33 points, 17 of them in the 4th quarter, to lead Ramla to a big 72-67 win at Ramat Hasharon and a 2-1 advantage in the series going into game 4 in Ramla.
Road wins continue to be the story of the Ramla Vs. Ramat Hasharon games. Despite a weak 1st quarter, Ramat Hasharon played one of its best games this year in an 81-69 win over Ramla to tie the series at 1-1. Ramla scored 20 points in the 1st quarter and 21 in the two following quarters.
Semis Game 1: Ramla edges Ramat Hasharon
In game 1 of the playoff semi final best-of-5 series, Ramla already trailed by double figures but came back to win in Ramat Hasharon. Ashdod blew past HaBikaa.
Maccabi Ashdod dominated the Israeli Cup Finals against Ramat Hasharon and won, 63 – 50, much to the delight of their awesome fans. Endi Dagan upped his unbelievable record at Cup Finals to 7 for 7, as his team was led by Tamera Young and Ashley Shields. Ashdod played smart and uncompromising basketball from the tip and charged hard for the Cup.
Ramat Hasharon returns to the Cup final
Despite losing a 4th quarter lead and ending up in overtime, Ramat Hasharon held on to beat Ramla in the cup semi finals, 69-64.
Women's League Offseason Update
With the Women’s Division I season set to tip off on October 17, it’s time for a quick update on player movement and new key signings. Get all the info plus the regular season schedule inside.
At the Buzzer - Title to Ramat Hasharon
Sheri Sam inbounded the ball straight to Ambrosia Anderson who hit the layup with five seconds left to lift Ramat Hasharon to 64-63 win and their 2nd in a row and 6th overall Championship title.