Last week we saw a hair-raising Haka in London's Olympic Stadium when the All Blacks kicked off their Rugby World Cup campaign with a win over Namibia, but now we've seen one take place much closer to home.
Dublin school St.Michael's College were hosting the touring Tauranga Boys College on Tuesday evening on Ailesbury Road in Dublin, and when the visiting Kiwis offered their own version of the 'Haka', they got right up in the faces of their opponents.
Credit to the Michael's boys for not taking a backwards step, and also credit to whoever brought a drone along to capture this excellent footage:
So close that the Irish lads could probably tell what they had for lunch.
However, the Irish side eventually ran out winners, so there goes the argument that the Haka is an unfair advantage.
via St.Michael's College on Facebook.