Nigel Owens brought the house down during a sing-song in a Dublin pub at the weekend
People absolutely loved it...
Nigel Owens is one of the most well-known and respected referees in the game of rugby.
His on-field quips combined with his total honesty when talking about his personal life has won the hearts of a lot of people.
Owens was in Cassidy's on Camden Street over the weekend and luckily for him, he got to hear the band Rake The Ashes playing some classic songs up the back of the bar.
Well this is one of the best live bands I've heard.
Great night in Dublin listening to the Rake The Ashes in Cassidys Bar in Dublin! Big thanks to Chris O'Donnell for letting me join them for a song too. pic.twitter.com/SW7jfs7uei
— Nigel Owens MBE (@Nigelrefowens) April 22, 2018
Anyone who knows the place will know it's a great spot for music on a Sunday night.
Of course, Owens was never going to escape the crowd urging him to get involved in some of the singing, and what better song to belt out than 'The Fields of Athenry'.
As expected, pretty much everyone in the pub stopped what they were doing to join in the rendition.
But it's not the first time a sporting star has joined in the singing in the pub, Robbie Keane has shared his voice within its walls.
— Irish Football Fan TV (@irishfantv) December 3, 2017