The Six Nations is now in full swing! And lads, we are off to a flying start. And there is some serious buzz about the place. So, Irish rugby star Donncha O’Callaghan has teamed up with Aer Lingus and hopped on over to Cardiff to try to convince Welsh supporters to convert.
In return, he and Aer Lingus would fly them over to Dublin to watch the match in the Aviva Stadium.
This can only go well, right? We think so.
In the video, we see Donnacha bopping about the Welsh city chanting his support for the Irish team to some unexpecting Welsh folk. And it was, interesting... to say the least.
Donncha O’Callaghan, fair play to you, sir.
He actually got a few of them to wear the Irish jersey. I don't know a better man for the job.
Ireland's Six Nations journey is already off to a winning start after they took on Scotland on Saturday.
Ireland play Wales this Saturday, February 8 at 2.15pm.
After that, we will take on England on Sunday, February 23. After that on Sunday, March 7, we'll go head to head with Italy.
To find all of the most important Six Nations dates to mark in the diary over the next few weeks, head here.