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Here's Andrew Trimble singing an ode to Ronan O'Gara with a Mariachi band

The IRUPA Player of the Year managed to sing through his spuds.

ANDREW TRIMBLE IS having a hell of a summer holiday in Spain.

He’s soaking up the sun, shining his Six Nations medal, eating his fill and even doing a bit of singing with his newly formed Mariachi band.

And it’s not just any old singing, it’s ballad dedicated to his long lost mucker, Ronan O’Gara.

Oddly enough, he seems to forget most of the words.

The singing winger tweeted his latest (and greatest) hit to the man himself to see what he thought. He accepted the adulation, because – as the hashtag says – it’s okay to do that sort of thing when you’re retired.

Trimble still has a long way to go to become as big a star as Paddy Jackson though.

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