The New York Ladies GAA are hosting their annual 7-a-side on Saturday, May 27, at Van Cortland Park in the Bronx.
A number of teams from other states have expressed an interest and looks like it will be an exciting tournament. For details, call Ann Leyden at (718) 994-7006.
LGAA County Board meeting
County Board meeting on Wednesday May 3rd in the Riverdale Steakhouse at
9pm. All club delegates please attend.
N.J. Hurling Club dance
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The New Jersey Hurling Club will hold its annual dance on Saturday, May 13, at 9 p.m. at the Lithuanian Catholic Community Center, 6 Davis Ave., Kearney, N.J. Guests of honor are Pete Beers, Dave Clarke and Gerry Keough. Jimmy Creamer is Player of the Year. Tickets are $20 per person with tables of 10 available. Open bar. Details, John Slattery at (201) 439-1138, Pat Lynch ar (973-783-6382 or Kevin Corbett at (908) 259-0985.
The American Irish Association of Westchester will hold its annual Danny Thomas Golf Tournament on Wednesday, May 3, at Dunwoodie Golf Course, Yonkers, to benefit its scholarship fund. Reservations, (914) 961-5950.
Young Ireland’s camogie
The New York Young Ireland’s Camogie Club will hold training every Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested in playing camogie or learning how to play should call (718) 651-7336.
Tyrone F.C. dinner
The Tyrone Football Club of New York will celebrate its 51st anniversary Saturday, May 6, at 8 p.m. with a dinner dance at Leonard’s of Great Neck. Dermot McGonnell of Tri-Built Construction is guest of honor. Donegal native Noel Bonner is club man of the year. Details or tickets, call Sean Woods at (212) 967-8779 or Seamus McNabb at (914) 377-9091.
Barnabas GFC Golf Classic
The St. Barnabas Gaelic Football Club golf classic, to benefit St. Barnabas underage football, will take place May 18 at 10 a.m. in Phillip J. Rotella Municipal Golf Course, in Haverstraw. The cost is $125, to cover green fees, golf cart, prizes, open bar and buffet at Rory Dolans. Details, call Thomas McGovern at (914) 968-0979, Bill Donoghue at (718) 325-7582 or Pádraig Moyles at (718) 324-1285.
IBO golf outing
The Irish Business Organization of New York will hold its annual golf outing on June 15 at New Jersey National Golf Club. For details on the course, log onto www.njngolfclub.com. The cost is $150 per person and this includes lunch, golf, golf cart, range balls, prizes and dinner. Lunch and registration will start at 11 a.m. Volunteers are needed. Details, call 1-877-IBO-3200.
Ireland-U.S. game tickets
The United States men’s national soccer team will put its undefeated record at Foxboro Stadium on the line when the USA battles Ireland as part of U.S. Cup 2000 on June 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Advance individual ticket prices for the match are 425, $35 and $50 per seat. On the day of game, the tickets will cost $30, $40 and $65 per seat. Discounted tickets for groups are also available.
For individual tickets, call TicketMaster at (617) 931-2222
The U.S. and Ireland have squared off six times, with the U.S. never losing on American soil.
Irish Softball League
The Irish Softball League is looking for teams for the summer season. Limit 12 teams. Five American/Irish rule applies. Details, Irish Rover at (718) 278-9372.
New York Celtic senior football club is looking for new players, former players, transfers. Details, call Donie at (718) 824-9229 or John at (718) 324-0984.
Donegal women’s team
The Donegal Gaelic Football Club is forming a women’s team. Anyone interested in playing or helping out should call Damien at (718) 994-1793 or Catherine at (718) 994-9400.
Chicago Celtic Soccer Club
Chicago Celtic Soccer Club is looking for experienced young players for the spring season. Candidates must be willing to train and show up for Sunday Morning games.
Details, John O’Sullivan at (773) 736-5391 or e-mail email@example.com.