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PHOTOS: Hurling with Wolves

  • Players warm up before the start of a game during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first match on Thursday afternoon, April 26, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Players warm up before the start of a game during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first match on Thursday afternoon, April 26, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • To score in hurling, the sliotar, similar to a ball, has to be hit over the crossbar for one point or into the net for 3 points. The Barley House Wolves hurling club had their first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    To score in hurling, the sliotar, similar to a ball, has to be hit over the crossbar for one point or into the net for 3 points. The Barley House Wolves hurling club had their first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Players warm up before the start of a game during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first match on Thursday afternoon, April 26, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • To score in hurling, the sliotar, similar to a ball, has to be hit over the crossbar for one point or into the net for 3 points. The Barley House Wolves hurling club had their first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Players met on the sidelines before the start of their first match during the Barley House Wolves hurling club's first club league match on Thursday evening, April 25, 2013. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will be traveling to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament after winning the title of North American Junior C champions last year.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

T he Barley House Wolves hurling club, based in Concord, had their first match Thursday afternoon. The Wolves were founded in 2005 by members of C Company, 3/172nd Infantry Regiment (Mountain) of the New Hampshire Army National Guard. This year, selected members of the team will travel to Ireland to compete in the International Hurling Tournament. To score in hurling, the sliotar, similar to a ball, can be hit over the crossbar for one point or into the net for three points.

Above: Players from the Barley House Wolves warm up before the match.

Left: Players meet on the sidelines before gametime.

Below: A goalie looks through the net.

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