|Southern California Maroons||5||3||1||1||69||47|
|Del Rey Shamrocks||4||0||3||1||33||68|
|Los Angeles Maroons||7||4||2||1||74||68|
The Pacific Coast Pro Football League of 1934-1935 paved the way for the AAA Pacific Coast Pro Football League of 1940-1948, which from 1943-1945 was a Major League Rival to the NFL on the West Coast.
The PCPFL of the 1930s itself could boast AAA status in 1935, when the Los Angeles Maroons, Hollywood Braves & California Shamrocks vied with the Westwood Cubs for the Championship.
The Del Rey / California Shamrocks were clearly marketed to the Irish Community on the West Coast but had little success, failing to win a game in its two seasons. 
 California Dreamin’ – West Coast Pros in the 1930s – Bob Gill, in association with Tod Maher, The Coffin Corner, Pro Football Researchers Association (1984) California Dreamin’ – West Coast Pros in the 1930s [Internet] Available from: http://profootballresearchers.com/archives/Website_Files/Coffin_Corner/06-07-190.pdf [Accessed 9 October 2018
Thanks to John Wills, John Doody, John Kane, John Cummins & John Morahan.
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