The Abbotsford Heat Foundation’s fourth annual golf tournament will be held on Monday, Sept. 23 at Ledgeview Golf and Country Club.
Registration is $225 per player, including lunch and dinner. Those who register before Aug. 15 well receive a complimentary mulligan pack worth $25 for each player in their group.
Last season’s Heat golf tourney raised nearly $30,000, with all proceeds going to the foundation and their mission to improve the quality of life for the under-17 age group in the Fraser Valley.
For information on the tournament, email Christine Lane (firstname.lastname@example.org), Laura Reynaud (email@example.com) or Adam Fritz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
RUGGERS STRIKE GOLD
Jorden Sandover-Best and Sebastian Gibson of Abbotsford helped the provincial under-19 men’s rugby team win gold at the national championships in Calgary.
B.C. trailed the Prairie Wolf Pack 13-10 for much of the second half, but Sandover-Best made a run to set up James Pitblado for the winning try in the dying minutes as B.C. won 15-13.
Sandover-Best had the only other try in the final for B.C., which came into the gold medal game undefeated, outscoring their opponents 98-47.
HOOPS CAMP ON TAP
The Abbotsford Basketball Club is running a camp Aug. 19-22 at W.J. Mouat Secondary.
Sessions run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, with a concentration on skill and fun games. The cost is $150 and players will receive a T-shirt but are asked to bring their own ball. For more information, visit abbybbclub.com.