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The rarely seen Florida hurler may be more common than once thought.  A Wexford club player has been spotted near   Further reports of a mad Norseman swinging the ash has also been confirmed in Naples.  However, recently a migratory variety of hurler has been spotted at the Florida Institute of Technology in Melborne.  It is believed that this flock was displaced from Ireland by a harsh storms in the North Atlantic and now take wing in our Space Coast skies.  Yet another kind exists in Orlando, which haunts and has been seen running free at Dr. Phillips Community Park.  Should the rate of these sightings continue, their reputed extinction will be put to rest completely.  In the days to come, we may face infestation indeed.
 
Don't suspect a hurler, report one...
Suspicion breeds confidence
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