Maccabi Bnot Ashdod

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מכבי בנות אשדוד
Maccabi Bnot Ashdod
מכבי בנות אשדודMaccabi Bnot Ashdod logo
Leagues EuroCup
Ligat Ha'al
State Cup
Founded 1991
History 1991 - present
Arena HaKiriya Arena
(capacity 2,200)
Location Ashdod, Israel
Team colors Yellow and Blue
President Israel Tali Krief
Head coach Israel Eli Rabi
Website officiel Site
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The Cup and the Champion Plate (2011/12)

Maccabi Bnot Ashdod (Hebrew: מכבי בנות אשדוד‎‎) is a professional Women's basketball team based in Ashdod, playing in the Ligat Ha'al in Israel since 2003. It is the Women's basketball division of the Maccabi Ashdod sports club.

During 2009/10, the team reached the finals of the championship. But lost to A.S. Ramat-Hasharon 1-3. A year later (2010/11), the team reached the finals again, and lost to the team of Elitzur Ramla 0-3.

In 2011/12 season, the team participated in the EuroCup for the first time. Later Maccabi Bnot Ashdod won national Cup taking over A.S. Ramat-Hasharon in the final. At the end of the season Maccabi Bnot Ashdod for the first time won the Championship, completing the Double In the final series they won Elitzur Ramla 3-2.

Winner Cup[edit]

Early season 2009/10 the team won the "Winner Cup", after winning the set 82-84 Elitzur Ramla. Officially opening the tournament season, which was held at Kibbutz Yad Mordechai. American foreign Ashdod Natasha Lacy was selected for the finals MVP.

Honors and achievements[edit]


  • Ligat Ha'al winner - 2011-12, 2013–14, 2014-15, 2015-16,2016-17
  • Ligat Ha'al runner up - 2009-10, 2010-11, 2012-13
  • Israeli Cup winner - 2011-12, 2012-13, 2015-16
  • Elizur Cup winner - 2010, 2014


Players 2012/13[edit]

4 United States Brittany Denson Center
5 Israel Noa Ganor Shooting guard
6 United States Ashley Shields Small Forward
7 Israel Meirav Dori Small Forward
9 Israel Shiran Zairy point guard
10 Israel Natalie Galiok Shooting guard
11 Israel Nomy Kolodny point guard
12 United States Charde Houston Power forward
13 United States Danielle Adams Center
14 Israel Hen Weisbrot Shooting guard
15 Israel Jenifer Flaisher Power forward
Israel Edni Dagan Coach

Former players[edit]

See also[edit]