They're recognised by some as the greatest sport team in the world but how well would they do at Croke Park on All-Ireland Sunday?
The New Zealand rugby team have arrived in Ireland ahead of the much-anticipated clash between the two nations at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday and by the looks things they're spending their time doing as the locals do.
The All Blacks joined up with some members of the Dublin football and hurling teams to try their hand at our national sports. The 'cross-sport skills challenge' took place at Castleknock Golf Club and featured the likes of Dean Rock and Conal Keaney showing the lads how it's done in Ireland.
Judging by the pics, great craic was had by all...
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) November 13, 2018
AIG Ireland proudly hosted a selection of big names from @AllBlacks and @DubGAAOfficial in a cross-sport skill’s challenge last night. Keep an eye out in the coming days for our video from the event to see who came out on top!@AIGRugby #BackingEveryStep #AllBlacks #COYBIB pic.twitter.com/O0F3Po17fW
— AIG Ireland (@AIGIreland) November 13, 2018
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) November 13, 2018
It's yet to be confirmed if the Dubs took part in a Haka but we look forward to watching the upcoming video to find out. Given the winning mentality of the four-in-a-row All-Ireland champs, they'd probably be confident enough beating the All Blacks themselves this weekend. Then again, it might be best to leave it to the pros.