To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, here is a list of 14 great Paddys, Pats and Patricks
The St. Patrick's Day festivities are upon us so with that we had a look at some very deadly Paddys, Patricks and Pats.
In no particular order:
Pat (Packie) Bonner - Irish goalkeeping legend. One word - Genoa.
Padraig Harrington - He may not be the force of old, but there was a time not so long ago when he was winning majors for fun.
Paddy Barnes - The Belfast boxer is a serial medal winner. He never lets us down in major championships and will be looking to add a gold medal to his impressive medal haul at the Olympics in Rio this year.
Paddy Jackson - The Ulster outhalf is seen by many as the natural successor to Johnny Sexton and is having a great season with his province.
Paddy Kenny - Only has seven Irish caps, but proved his legendary status recently by offering to have his contract cancelled at Bury in November. He had signed a short-term deal with the club but picked up an injury and asked to have his contract cancelled as he didn't want the cash-strapped side paying him for nothing.
Pat Lam - The Samoan born Kiwi who is the current manager for Connacht Rugby and ergo, some sort of miracle worker. Sitting proudly on top of the Guinness Pro 12 table, Pat Lam is seen as some kind of saint by those out west.
Pat Mustard - He may be fictional, but he's one of the most memorable characters from the entire Father Ted series and that's a serious achievement given the many legendary performances in that show.
Patrick Swayze - The man single-handedly responsible for babies not being left in corners is a shoe-in here. He was in Road House lads. That's all he needed to qualify. Oh and Ghost. But, Road House lads.
Patrick Kluivert - The Dutch striker was one of the very best strikers in the world. He graced huge clubs such as Milan, Barcelona and eh, Newcastle. He scored the only goal to win the Champions League for Ajax against Milan in 1995 as an 18-year-old.
Paddy Considine - Just a brilliant actor and amazing in Dead Mans Shoes, a film by This Is England creator, Shane Meadows. He's also been in Hot Fuzz and The World's End amongst other things.
Pat Cash - The Australian tennis player was a big hit at Wimbledon. His all-action style and rock-like image endeared him to the masses and he wasn't a bad player either, winning Wimbledon in 1987.
Patrick Stewart - The English actor is loved for his role as the main man in Star Trek: Next Generation, Jean-Luc Picard and also as Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men movies. He epitomises cool.
Patrick Vieira - Vieira makes it onto the list because he's probably the only person on planet earth immune to Roy Keane's death stare. There's not a snake on the planet he'd back down from.
Patrick Bergin - The Irish actor and veteran of Hollywood makes it on to the list because he's a damn fine actor and there aren't many men who can rock a tache like this fellah can.