The 10th annual golf tournament for the Northern Ireland Children’s Enterprise (NICE) will take place June 4 at the Mount Kisco Country Club.
Joining the tournament will be David Feherty, the well-known golfer and the rising star of CBS television sports commentary. He was also one of the Irish Echo Newspaper’s 1998 Top 40 Under 40. Feherty, a native of Bangor, Co. Down, grew up wanting to be an opera singer. He played golf professionally for 21 years. At present he lives near Dallas. Feherty will hold a clinic at the Mount Kisco tournament prior to the shotgun start.
NICE enables children from Catholic and Protestant families in Northern Ireland to spend time during the summer with host families in the U.S.
Registration for the golf tournament starts at 10:30 a.m. There will be brunch, and cocktails from 6-7 p.m. and dinner (jacket and tie required) at 7 p.m. The cost is $375 per golfer. For cocktail and dinner only, the cost is $150. For information, call (914) 949-6492.
VISITATION PARISH GOLF Visitation Parish in the Bronx will hold its annual golf tournament on May 25 at Van Cortlandt Golf Course, in the Riverdale Section of the Bronx. All proceeds will go toward defraying the ever-rising costs of the elementary school. At present, efforts are underway to provide an enriched computer program for the students. For information, or to offer a gift for a prize at the awards reception following the golf tournament, call Rev. Robert Larkin or Mary Quirke at (718) 548-1455.
DIV. 39 AOH GOLF Div. 39 of Tacony, in Philadelphia, is sponsoring the 7th annual John Curran Memorial Golf Classic on June 20 at Juniata Golf Club. There will be a shotgun start at 7:30 a.m. Hole sponsorship is $50. Make checks payable to AOH Div. 39, and mail to AOH Golf, 7229 Tulip St., Philadelphia, PA 19135.
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MAYO IN TRAINING Mayo GAA Club in New York is now in training for the Junior A championship. Training starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Van Cortlandt Park. New players welcome. For information, call John Burck at (914) 964-9665 or (914) 237-0976.
FERMANAGH TRAINING The Fermanagh GFC holds training sessions Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6 at the Indian Field at Van Cortlandt Park East, at East 233rd Street.
CALLING ALL LADIES Training for ladies Gaelic football takes place on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in Juniper Valley Park. Those training meet at 7 at The Starting Gate in Woodside. For information, call (718) 937-0592.
ASTORIA G’LS The Gaelic football panel has started training. Anyone who needs information about transfers, insurance or draft eligibility call Eugene at (718) 997-9288. Astoria Gaels holds Gaelic and soccer training every Thursday evening at 6:30. New members always welcome. For information, call Sean Rice at (718) 278-9372.
YOUNG IRELANDS CAMOGIE The Young Ireland’s Camogie Club, the 1997 NACA champions, holds training at Van Cortlandt Park, at 245th Street and Broadway, opposite the Lansdowne every Sunday morning at 10 o’clock and every Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. New players welcome. Race Night will be on April 25 in The Heritage Bar, McLean Avenue. For details, call Treasa Goodwin at (718) 651-7336.
BREFFNI BLUES CAMOGIE For those interested in playing camogie with the Breffni Blues, training takes place in Van Cortlandt Park. For information, call Ita at (718) 366-6204 or Susan at (914) 966-1887.
MONAGHAN LADIES Living in Queens and interested in playing Gaelic football? Monaghan Ladies Football Club says it is the answer. The club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. in The Starting Gate, in Woodside, and train in Juniper Valley Park.
ST. BARNABAS St. Barnabas will hold a soccer knowledge table quiz on May 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the Heritage Bar on McLean Ave. in Yonkers. Five persons per table, $50 per table. All are welcome. For information call Brian Conway at (914) 237-1570.
RIVERDALE RUN The Riverdale Ramble 10K Roadrace and One Mile Run will take place June 14. The times are 10 a.m. for the Ramble, and 11 a.m. for the One Mile Fun Run. The starting point is the Horace Mann School on 246 Street in the northwest Bronx. For information, call Bill Gaston at (718) 796-0736 or Mike Freshman at (718) 884-3749.
BOXING IN N.J. An evening of amateur boxing will take place June 19 (rain date, June 20) at 8 p.m. in the Friendly Sons of the Shillelagh, 15 Oak Street, Old Bridge, N.J. Tickets cost $10. Boxing clubs from throughout New Jersey will compete for trophies. For tickets or information, call (732) 251-2626.