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10 Signs You’re A Cork Hurling Fan Through And Through

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Whether you’re from the ‘Barrs’, the ‘Rockies’, or indeed anywhere else in the county of Cork, nothing unites the ‘Real Capital’ more than the senior hurlers. With Cork hurling in a dreadful way, it might be time for a bit of nostalgia to lighten the mood. Here are ten signs that you’re a true Cork hurling fan. 1) You still …

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2015 Freestyle Hurling Video Released

The GAA yesterday unveiled its 2015 Freestyle Hurling Competition After much anticipation, the GAA yesterday released its first Free Style Hurling promotional video of 2015. The clip features Cork’s own Diarmuid ‘The Rock’ O’Sullivan, who attempts the block the paths of a number of young hurlers. In the Game of Thrones meets The Hobbit themed promotional video, the Cloyne man reveals …

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Remembering The Rebel Rock – Diarmuid O’Sullivan

Diarmuid ‘The Rock’ O’Sullivan was a rebel hurling legend. He won three All-Ireland titles during his time in the red and white of Cork and to this day he’s remembered fondly by the Leeside public. Here, we give you seven reasons as to why he was loved so much. 7. The brother First up, we love Diarmuid because he’s the brother …

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The Cult XV: A Team Of Hurling’s Cult Heroes

As it’s St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve decided to compile a team made from hurling’s most memorable cult heroes. Some of these lads may not have won bundles of All Ireland’s, but their legacy lives on through the status afforded to them by fans. This is the Cult XV. Goalkeeper: Niall Patterson (Antrim) Widely regarded as one of the slowest players …

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