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Goose the Market Takes Quigley Cup for First Time in 4 Years
The 2012 season of the Indy GAA club league has drawn to a close with Goose the Market the victors. For the first time since 2008, Goose hoists the Quigley cup after a spectacular demonstration of play. That's not to say it was an easy victory for the Blue Crew. They had to earn it by defeating another league juggernaught, The Good Earth, who were hungry for a cup win after a heart-breaking loss in last year's finals. 
The Mean Green Take Their 2nd Consecutive Shield Title
If you are looking for an example of resilience, look no further than Pat Flynn's. Last year the boys (and girls) in green entered the playoffs without a single win. Then, after falling to the final elimination game within the shield bracket, and a little bit of prayer, the team rose up to take the shield championship.

Flynn's then carried the momentum of their cup win over into this year's league, posting a much stronger record...
Geese nearly blow huge lead against Flynn's
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Prior to Goose the Market taking the field against Pat Flynn’s during Week 7 of the Indy Hurling Club’s summer pub league, a Goose player was overheard remarking, “This ain’t your grandpa’s Flynn’s team”. Flynn’s, last year’s pub league resident cellar dweller, has built on the momentum of winning last year’s Shield Championship and now fields a team capable of not only competing with the best teams in the league, but winning as well...
Defense brings Good Earth back down
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As the 2012 Indy Hurling Club Pub League regular season winds down, a logjam at the top of the standings has made each game critical to determining playoff seeding. Goose the Market, sporting a 6-2-1 record, took to the pitch against the nutritionally sound hurlers of Good Earth (5-3-1 going in) last Sunday in a match that would either distance Goose from the pack, or create the kind of league standings traffic jam generally reserved for I-69 North at the 465 split during rush hour...
Team Goose answer captain's call, easily dispatch Pogue's Run.
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In Jeremy Fagan’s weekly team email prior to his squad’s rematch against Pogue’s Run1, the Goose captain noted a statistic that may have gone unnoticed by his own players since league play began in May. He let the team in on Goose’s dirty little secret: that they had yet to defeat a team with a winning record in Pub League play. After handily dispatching Renner’s and Connor’s the previous week...
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Claddagh keeps rolling

Claddagh said, "Kiss This"!

No Questions This Time
The Old Firm Met Again, This Time There Was No Controversy Over The Result

Indy’s Top Health Food Stores Meet
Fat and Cholesterol Cower in Fear

Flynn's Gets the Old Firm Victory
The Two Oldest Teams in Indianapolis Met for a Battle to the Last Second

Pogue's Wrecks Renner's
"A man marries to have a home, but also because he doesn't want to be bothered with sex and all that sort of thing." - W. Somerset Maugham

Kendrick's 3 goal outburst eggs Goose on to another victory.