Rugby and soccer teams offered help with singing Amhrán na bhFiann

A Dublin organisation has developed an app to teach people how to sing the national anthem and sent it to the Irish rugby and soccer teams ahead of their games this week.

5th February, 2013
Peter O'Mahony and Donnacha Ryan sing Amhrán na bhFiann before last year's Six Nations clash between Ireland and Scotland.

The Irish rugby team did not look like it needed much outside help last weekend but an Irish language training company has offered it help with one vital pre-match formality ahead of the crucial clash with England - singing the national anthem.

Indeed, training and consultancy company Gaelchultúr has also offered its services to the Irish soccer team, ahead of its friendly match against Poland tomorrow night. The company has sent both teams an iPhone...

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