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Dublin United FC won the Cork FACE Cup, with the Republic of Cork finishing as runner ups

Cork: A thrilling finale to an exciting football extravaganza at Cork’s Mallow GAA ground, capturing the full spirit of Irish-Indian cultural exchange.

The Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Kieran McCarthy, lit the chandelier, a traditional symbol of India’s prosperity, to inaugurate the prestigious FACE CUP 2023, organised by FACE Ireland.

Lord Mayor Kieran McCarthy emphasised the importance of multiculturalism and cultural exchange, hoping that it would be an inspiration to others to recognise and celebrate the rich diversity within and beyond the city.

The football tournament witnessed the exciting participation of 12 teams representing different regions of Ireland. Every match displayed the players’ passion and dedication.

Dublin United FC won the much-anticipated final with exceptional talent and teamwork, leaving a lasting impression on the crowd. Their outstanding performance throughout the tournament culminated in an impressive victory in the Face Cup 2023, a true testament to their dedication and talent.

Competition runners-up Republic of Cork FC displayed impressive athleticism and determination, making the final an intense and exciting spectacle. Their outstanding performance earned them recognition and praise from all corners.

Gearoid Murphy, Cork County Councillor, was present at the prize distribution ceremony. His participation and support for the event added local significance and community spirit.

The organisers are working hard to make the Face Cup a shining example of how sports can bring communities together, break down barriers, and encourage mutual respect. Cork’s Mallow witnessed a cultural fusion and celebration of Indian traditions that blended seamlessly with the vibrant spirit of Ireland.

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