Charities to the fore on captain’s big charity days

Ross Golf Club Captain Donie Broderick and Breda Dyland, Service Manager, Kerry Cancer Support Group, looking forward to the charity days

The Ross Golf Club Captain’s Charity Days plans are progressing well and man-of-the-moment Donie Broderick is confident that the project will be successful for both the Kerry Cancer Support Group and St Francis Special School in Beaufort.

Most of the tee-times for Saturday, September 24 are sold out at this point but tee-times are available for Friday and tee box and green sponsorships remain available

Breda Dyland of the Kerry Cancer Support Group said they are delighted to be one of the chosen charities and to be associated with the Ross Golf Club.

Making plans for the big event were Donie Broderick, Captain, Ross Golf Club, Fiona Carroll St Francis Special School, Elaine Kelliher, Ryan Leane, Mike Casey President, Ross Golf Club, John Ivory and Rory Leane

She will be in attendance in the Ross GC clubhouse on both days, from 11.00am to 2.00pm, to provide information, answer questions and to raise awareness of the services provided by the Kerry Cancer Support Group.

Fiona Carroll of St Francis Special School in Beaufort is equally grateful to Captain Donie and his committee for including the school as a beneficiary.

Their main focus for this year is to fund a full-time speech and language therapist at the school.

The charity days will take place in the Ross Golf Club on September 23/24. Teams of four will cost €160 and tee-box or green sponsorship is available at €50.

For more information please contact [email protected] or call Donie (087-2308774), Mike (087-7945103), Tony (087-2889855) or John (087-6866256).

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