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The game that nobody could remember.
July 25th was memorable for several reasons.  That was the day Claddagh's winning streak was snapped.  It was the day Brockway sank lower than low.  That day, hurlers feasted on delicious food courtesy of Kincaid's Market to celebrate the season's end.  And it was also memorable for including the hour that time forgot.

That hour, specifically from 10 am to 11 am, seems to have vanished from the collective memories of not only all who played a hurling match between Connor's and...

Claddagh lose the Superbowl, but win the trophy...
With the Quigley Cup already secured, Flynn's wanted to make sure everyone knew who was really in charge.
Plagued with attendance issues, Pat Flynn's story this season has not been a Cinderella story by any means. However, mid season they finally beat a menacing four loss streak. The one team that has managed to continually cause trouble for the Flynn's players, was the well outnumbering Claddagh. Perhaps it was luck, maybe it was the absence of Paul Kennedy in the opening minutes, or maybe it was pure skill that dominated the pitch...
Connors' win ends season, Brockway flops again
With Sunday's win, the Connor's Broadsiders wrapped up the Indy Hurling season and finished their summer campaign with a respectable record.  Despite not living up to last year's championship success, Connor's came out inspired and unselfish.  No team has ever shown so much heart and courage in what was essentially a meaningless end-of-the-year match.

On the flip side, no team has ever been more done with its season than the formerly evil Brockway....

Connor’s comeback falls short as Claddagh makes history
INDIANAPOLIS – The mission for Claddagh’s Irish Pub on Sunday, July 18, at Riverside Park was simple. Beat Connor’s Pub and the orange-clad newcomers to the Indy Hurling Club would be undisputed league champions and lay claim to the inaugural Stephen Quigley Cup.

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A Cool Colored Match Up Ends In A Draw
Coach O'reilly from the Mighty Ducks 3, would have been upset at this one...
Sometimes near the end of a season, the players in any sport have finally adjusted enough to what thier opponents usual attacks are. And this match was a perfect example....The game started off very slow. Tommy Smith's usual attacks close to goal were swiftly put down and sent the other way with great defense by Chris Ludlow and with Peter Baird in goal. Ciaran Connery was only able to put five points on the board as the Flynn's team stepped up their defense every minute...
Other News
Sweet Victory a l’Orange
Brockway can’t spoil Claddagh’s appetite for a championship

Keeping up with the Claddashians
Claddagh cancels Flynn’s double feature in ‘Pine/Cone’ conflict

Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object
Connors Pub and Goose the Market Match Ends in Draw

First Out, Brockway...
Indianapolis Vuvuzela Philharmonic Angered By Hurling Matches Breaking Out During Concerts

Goose Strafes Brockway

The Drought Is Over
Pat Flynn's edges last years champions to end their four game losing streak.

Episode II: Attack of the Cones
Claddagh blows up Brockway in blockbuster sequel


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LEAGUE STANDINGS


TEAM STATISTICS


STATISTICAL LEADERS
Scoring: 
 1. Rudy Nehrling
 2. Brian Church
 3. Tommy Smith
Goals:  
 1. Brian Church
 2. Tommy Smith
 3. Jody Peacock
Points: 
 1. Rudy Nehrling
 2. Steve Quigley
 3. Ian Heraty
Blocks: 
 1. David Littlejohn
 2. Rudy Nehrling
 3. Patrick Rooney