IRELAND'S recent Rugby World Cup escapades have left a lasting impression on the next generation if this hilarious video clip is anything to go by.
Dublin twins Morgan and Olivia Meehan were captured on camera giving their very best Irish haka impression that would leave even the most fearless foot-stamping New Zealand All Black players running for the hills.
The three-year-olds gave their terrifying interpretation of the ancient Maori war dance, which is usually accompanied by a protruding tongue, body slapping and loud chants, from the back seat of their family car where mum Gillian filmed all the action.
“Lámh, lámh eile, a haon, a dó; Cos, cos eile, a haon, a dó; Súil, súil eile a haon, a dó,” the cute pair can be heard crying out as they growl and gurn for the camera.
"Morgan plays rugby for Daisy Pickers in De La Salle Club in Stepaside and this is the haka they do after training," mum Gillian said of the priceless family video.
"Olivia watches from the side line but she loves to join in with the haka after training."
Watch out New Zealand - there are some new kids in town!