The newest addition to the club league sponsors is its second grocery store, and its third perveyor of natural or specialty foods. Although this adds a needed balance to counteract the health effects of some of our other sponsors, it has lead to the greatest sub-plot conflict of the 2012 hurling league, if not the entire 21st century: The Grocery Wars!
Meat from Goose? Sports supplements from Good Earth? Whatever they sell at Pogue's Run from Pogue's Run? How is one to choose?! Not only will first-time captain (but long time healthy eater) Nate Roberts be sorting through reams of recycled paper filled with statistics and personal observations in support of his drafting strategy, he will also be examining your cupboards. Make no mistake: Pogue's intends to eat its way to the Quigley Cup. A quick survey of the new roster reveals its players to be high in motivation and work ethic, and low in saturated fat.
To complicate the relationships between the foodies even more, Pogue's is the new Renner's, which is now the old Paddy's, spawned of course by its predecessor The Brockway. Somewhere in there was Fionn's. This body shop turned Body Shoppe hopes a combination of garlic and patchouli, plus this blatant attempt at identify-confusion, will leave their opponents feeling run over. Pogue's Run over.