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How many All Ireland senior hurling titles have Cork?

Cork have 30 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles.


How many times did Cork win the All Ireland?

Cork have 7 All-Ireland senior football titles and 30 All-Ireland senior Hurling titles up to the end of the 2010 championships.


Is Cork the best gaa county in Ireland?

Adding together Hurling and Gaelic Football titles won in all grades, Cork would be the most successful county in the GAA. As to which county is the best, that is a question that could be debated by many people.


How many All-Irelands do Dublin have?

As of the end of the 2017 championships, Dublin have 27 All-Ireland Senior Football titles and 6 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles. They also have All-Ireland titles in other grades of Gaelic football and Hurling, as well as titles in Camogie and other Gaelic Games.


How many All Irelands has Cork won?

Thirty seven Senior All Ireland titles, thirty hurling and seven football


How many teams have won the all Ireland 4 times in a row?

Cork and Kilkenny have both won 4 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles in a row. Wexford and Kerry have both won 4 All-Ireland Senior Football titles in a row, with Kerry doing it twice.


What makes Cork Ireland interesting?

There are many interesting things about Cork. It is Ireland's largest county. The most southerly point in Ireland is in county Cork. Cork City is the Republic of Ireland's second largest city. There is some fabulous scenery, particularly in west Cork. There are lots of good restaurants in towns like Kinsale. Cobh, in county Cork, is where the Titanic sailed from on its voyage that it sunk. Many Irish people sailed from Cobh to America. There are many historical locations in Cork, and many historical people of Ireland came from Cork. These are just a few of the interesting things about Cork. There are many others, too many to mention.


How many Irish counties are smaller than county Cork?

There are 32 counties in Ireland. Cork is the largest one, so there are 31 counties in Ireland that are smaller than Cork.


How many hours drive from Dublin Ireland to cork Ireland?

About 3 hours. From Dublin to Cork it's 220 kilometers or 137 miles.


How many All-Irelands do Kilkenny have?

They have 36 All-Ireland titles in senior hurling. Their first was in 1904 against Cork, Their last was in 2015 against Galway. They won 10 all Ireland under 21 hurling titles They won 9 all Ireland junior hurling titles They won 18 all Ireland minor hurling titles They have won none in Gaelic Football. They won 1 all Ireland ladies junior football title.


How many times have Cork won the All Ireland Hurling final?

Cork have won the All-Ireland Senior Hurling final on 30 occasions.


How many teams 4 in a row hurling titles?

Two teams have won 4 All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles in a row. Cork: 1941, 1942, 1943 and 1944. Kilkenny: 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.


How many under 21 all Ireland football titles do Cork have?

Up to the end of the 2011 Under 21 championship season, they have 11 titles, as follows: 1970, 1971, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1994, 2007, 2009.


What are the major cirties in County Cork Ireland?

Cork is the only city in the county of Cork. There are many large towns, but only one city.


Is cork in the republic of Ireland?

Yes, Cork is the second biggest city in the Republic of Ireland and County Cork is the largest county on the island of Ireland. While many in Cork would like to believe that they are the premier city and county and like to refer to themselves as the 'Rebel County', they are actually mistrusted by much of Ireland, especially in sporting circles. They are known to be 'tight' with their money and 'sly' with your women.


Where in Ireland did the McCarthys come from?

There are a lot of McCarthys in county Cork, but you will find them in many parts of Ireland.


How many miles is it from Kilkenny Ireland to Cork City Ireland?

About 94 miles or 152 kilometres.


How many times have Limerick won the All Ireland?

Limerick have seven All-Ireland Senior Hurling titles. They have two All-Ireland Senior Football titles.


What are some of cork irelands land features?

Cork is in the southwest of Ireland, and includes the most southerly point in Ireland. It is a coastal county, and has a long coastline. The west of Cork has lots of mountains, valleys and bays. The north of Cork has very good quality land, for good farming. Cork has many rivers and lakes.


How many Gaelic Football All-Irelands have Cork won?

Cork have won 7 All-Ireland Senior Football titles: 1890 1911 1945 1973 1989 1990 2010


What are some restaurants in Cork Ireland?

There are lots of restaurants in Cork, too many to mention. Try the link below to find some.


How many Zoos are there in Ireland?

There are 3 zoos in Ireland. They are Dublin Zoo, Belfast Zoo and Fota Wildlife Park in Cork.


How many All Ireland medals won by C.Ring of Cork?

Christy Ring won 8 All-Ireland medals.


How many all Ireland senior football finals have cork appeared in?

20


How many Ireland?

6. Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kilkenny, Waterford