Video: Have you seen the Crossmaglen Rangers squad do the Poznan in Stormont?
We’re a bit sceptical about soccer traditions passing over into our native games, but if any GAA team is entitled to do a Poznan, surely it’s Crossmaglen Rangers.
The famous Armagh club were honoured at a special reception in the Northern Ireland parliament buildings following their latest All-Ireland club success earlier this year, their sixth in 15 years, a truly incredible achievement.
Crossmaglen were a number of Ulster clubs to be honoured, with the likes of Loughgiel, Eoghan Rua, Sperrin Óg, Lisnaskea also recognised for their achievements.
While being given a tour of Stormont, the lads posed for a photo on a stairway inside the building and obviously getting into the spirit of the Euros, decided to break into an impromptu Poznan style celebration. As you do.
Jamie Clarke, posted a link to the video on his Twitter page last night and judging by another post, he seemed to thoroughly enjoy the evening’s entertainment.
We’re not sure if this sort of thing is going to catch on at GAA grounds around the country of if we'd even want it to, but we’re not going to begrudge the Cross lads their celebrations either.
Check out the lads enjoying themselves at Stormont in the video above.