The British and Irish Lions depart for New Zealand today, ahead of their daunting six-week tour, where they will face the World Champions three times.
Eleven Irish players have made the squad, having avoided any late injuries at the end of the domestic season.
The squad had a farewell dinner at the Roundhouse music venue in London last night, before departing.
Warren Gatland has asked his squad to learn songs from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, as he bids to develop a team bond and camaraderie between squad members from the four different countries.
And last night, the whole squad gave a rousing rendition of Field of Athenry on the stage in London.
Meanwhile, the squad's youngest member Maro Itoje has been lumbered with the role of taking care of the traditional Lions mascot Billy the Lion for the duration of the trip!