As would be expected, the Ireland players have enjoyed quite the party since sealing the Grand Slam in style on Saturday evening.
Many of the squad shared images on social media of the reception held on Saturday night after their comprehensive win over England sealed a second Grand Slam in five years for Ireland, and it seems the party did not stop there.
In a viral video clip which emerged on Wednesday, what looks like the entire Irish squad could be seen rocking up to the home of injured centre Garry Ringrose to continue the party, after Ringrose allegedly refused to go out for a fourth day in a row on the lash.
Garry Ringrose hosts Irish team for Six Nations session
Garry Ringrose will have been gutted to miss being on the pitch for Ireland's coronation as Six Nations champions against England - but he had the pleasure of welcoming the entire squad into his family home in the aftermath of the game.
Ireland centre Gary Ringrose wouldn’t go out for the 4th day drinking following their Six Nations Grand Slam celebrations… 👀☘️
So the whole Ireland team called to his house instead 😂😭 pic.twitter.com/ZeJYilXEKy
— RugbyLAD (@RugbyLAD7) March 22, 2023
In a video which appears to have been filmed by Ringrose himself, the Irish team can be seen getting off a party bus and headed to the basement of Ringrose's Dublin home, invited in by the Leinster man's father.
With the video doing the rounds among Irish rugby tweeters, the suggestion has been that Ringrose was not interested in hitting the town for a fourth night in a row, so the squad arrived at his home instead for a session. Indeed, at the beginning of the video, Ringrose can be heard saying, "I thought I'd never drink again!"
Some of the players look a bit worse for wear, with several choosing to keep their hoods up, while we're not entirely sure what Tadhg Furlong is playing at with his cap not even sitting properly on his head.
We have to credit Hugo Keenan as well, for the mighty fine Chelsea retro jersey.
Mack Hansen appears in fine form as he dances his way down the garden path, before the man of the moment arrives in perfect fashion.
Peter O'Mahony rocks up with two beers in hand, saying he is expecting "some fucking tour of this place!"
Ringrose and co. poke fun at O'Mahony by asking Ringrose's father to set up the spare room for the Munster man to have a lie down in, with the players no doubt on the verge of burning out after a relentless celebration of their Six Nations success.
The video ends with the group inside the house already breaking into a rendition of 'Happy Birthday' - though we're unsure for who, as the next Irish player to celebrate a birthday is Mack Hansen, who turns 25 next Monday.
We'll hazard a guess we mightn't see many of these lads in action for their provinces this weekend.