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Flynn's proves they can beat Brockway 3 times in one day
Rarely do revenge and just desserts go hand-in-hand, but apparently the proverbial lighting struck twice in the midst of a beautiful, cloudless sky above Lake Sullivan this past Sunday.  The last time these two teams encountered each other, Brockway's anemic roster coagulated just enough for an organized stomping of Flynn's that remained unparalleled until the rematch.  As is the case with everything else in the universe, even Brockway is subject to the laws of physics with each action having an equal, opposite...
Broadsiders win 2009 league championship trophy
On a scorching day under the Indiana sun on the championship pitch of Lake Sullivan, Connor's claimed the 2009 Indy League title after ending with sides even against Goose the Market.

The Quarrymen came out with point after point against Connor's, a team that has had a propensity since the first game of the season to come alive only after 15 minutes of play.  Had it not been for the numerous wides of Goose...

How great a game was it? Here's how:
After their win on Sunday, Aug 9, the Newbies of Pat Flynn's were able to check the following off their to-do list:

  • get back to a .500 record.
  • sweep the season against Goose the Market. 
  • entertain dozens of BBQ-ing onlookers with some of the most dazzling hurling moves ever seen in...
Broadsiders control their own destiny; Brockway out of championship contention
It was a glorious day for Hurling when Brockway Public House lined up against Connor's Pub.  The game was explosive and well played by both teams battling in the penultimate game of the season.  The pitch was in fine condition with hot and humid weather.  The smell of Bar-B-Q wafting over from the peewee football league added to the tension in the air. 

Brockway came out strong with Richard Connolly scoring a goal and three points on the game....

The game got off to a controversial start after some pregame shenanigans involving the discussion and application of the league rules.  While the perpetually diplomatic and tactful Brian Mathes capitulated with Team Flynn's, Brockway's John Flynn saved the day and possibly the season by showing at the last minute and preventing what initially appeared to be Brockway's inevitable surrender via forfeit.  As it turned out, the pregame theatrics were more foreshadow than overshadow. 

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Back To The Future
Connor's poised to prove themselves team of tomorrow

Wild Goose Chase

Off is from Venus, Def is from Mars
Flynn's vs Connor's

Much Anticipated Rematch
Brockway avenges loss to Connors

Flynns Defeats Goose In An Epic Battle
Shorthanded Goose Team Plays Hard

Goose Wins With Offensive Onslaught
Depleted Brockway squad no match for scoring barrage

Connor's v Pat Flynn's
Week 4