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The Holiday Theory

Mickey The Bags had a dream about the FAI and Sky...

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Cork vs Kerry

Danny Elbow was more concerned about pneumonia than the result...

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Counselling for Roy Keane fallout

John Paul Valentino sets up stall in Daunt Square to help the innocent victims.

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CCFC Latest Signings

The boys at FourFiveOne bring you the latest from Turner's Cross.

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An Evening with Smokey

Read his valuable tips on how to prepare for a night on the town.

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Friday Night Football

Cork City whip Shels 3-0.

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Smokey’s Civic

No droppin' nodges on the seat covers, now!

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PRoC in the Park

Follow Danny Elbow's epic journey into Fitzgerald's Park.

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The Boy Roy

"Corkman first, Irishman second" - Stevie G pays homage to boy-number-wan.

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The Rebels Arisen

Danny go-Deas takes a militantly pro-Roy stance as the "Keane saga" continues.

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The Diary of Ulick O’T (3)

Read his diary here, but be warned: you may not like him very much....Third installment.

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The Diary of Ulick O’T (2)

Read his diary here, but be warned: you may not like him very much....Second installment.

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The Diary of Ulick O’T (1)

Read his diary here, but be warned: you may not like him very much....

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Jaqui

Farran girl Jaqui tells us about her modelling successes and ambitions.

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PROC.com Miss Cork Contestant

After a lighthearted laugh and a joke about the fact that a few ol' dolls from Cork were allegedly getting their kit off on the site, we had a huge response by e-mail appealling (desperately in some cases!) for us to actually try to get the real thing together. To our amazement soon after we had an e-mail from a former Miss Cork Contestant, Ciara Ahern who is a big PeoplesRepublicOfCork fan. She forwarded us her "up-front" portfollio and has kindly given us permission to use some of it....mmm mmm mmm!

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A Season Blighted by Farce

Legal teams and unregistered players seemed to get more attention this season than happenings on the field. The Beautiful Game Irish-style lurched from one crisis to the next as football took a back seat to unwelcome shenanigans off the park. Gareth Williams explains why this season's Eircom League has turned into a farce. (Plus you might see your bulb in the Shed!)

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