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Basketball: Tryouts for the Team Tampa 12u and 14u boys is 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at Ben Hill Middle School, 5200 Ehrlich Road. Call (813) 818-7198, (813) 732-4831 or (813)-506-1493.

Ballet: Free trial classes are accepting students ages 3 to adult at the Center for the Arts Ballet School at the Scottish Rite Center, 5500 Memorial Highway. Call (813) 887-1979.

Irish dance: McGinley Academy of Irish Dance is registering beginners of all ages. Classes are Saturday afternoons. Call (813) 948-6425.

Golf Tournament: St. Paul Catholic Church's Charity Golf Tournament is Oct. 24 at Plantation Palms Golf Club, 23253 Plantation Palms Blvd, Land O'Lakes. The cost is $85 or $340 for a foursome. Proceeds from the event benefit Everyday Blessings, an adoption and special needs service. Call (813) 960-2473 or (813) 961-7936.

New Tampa Little League: There still are openings in all softball divisions ages 4 to 16; midgets T-ball ages 4 to 5; and Single A baseball for 8-year-olds. Call (813) 994-0074.

New Tampa sports happenings 10/02/08 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 3, 2010 2:16pm]
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