Northern Ireland fans take an early lead in the best flags competition

We’re gonna have to work harder folks.

With Euro 2016 just around the corner and both ourselves and our northern neighbours heading to France , the burning question is who’s going to come up with the best flags.

There have been some very pleasing efforts from Republic of Ireland fans, including this superb tribute to Shane Long.

But the Northern Irish Supporters Club have blown us out of the water with this Kyle Lafferty number.


If you cannot see the embedded post check it out on the Our Wee Country Facebook page.

Bar. Raised.

We fully expect fans of the boys in green to come up with something to equal or beat it by the time the tournament starts in June, but for now - take a bow lads.

Northern Ireland fans take an early lead in the best flags competition

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