Tag: cork

The Untold Story Of Cork And The Confederate Flag

FOLLOWING a decree by Cork GAA to confiscate controversial ‘rebel’ flags carried by Cork supporters at the gates of football and hurling matches, people may be wondering how a small, insignificant county in the southwest of Ireland could possibly have links to the banner of the Confederate United States, who fought against the abolition of… Read more »

What’s It Like To Be From Cork? We Investigate

PEOPLE from Cork are often referred to as arrogant and insufferable pricks who would win every Olympic gold medal if ignorance and bluster were sporting events. Harmless observations aside, the question remains – is this true? What are people from Cork really like, and what is it like to hail from the Rebel county, the… Read more »