The Corpus Christi National School Choir, Moyross performing at Thomond Park Picture: Sportsfile
A LIMERICK primary school stole the show this weekend at Thomond Park with their rendition of the Cranberries’ Dreams.
The Corpus Christi National School Choir, Moyross, performed their version of the classic during half-time at Munster vs Scarlets at Thomond Park this weekend.
No doubt who stole the show at Thomond Park tonight. It was the choir of @CMoyross for their fantastic rendition of Cranberries classic Dreams at half-time in Munster v Scarlets in @PRO14Official @Limerick_Leader #LLSport @LimkLeaderSport #munvsca pic.twitter.com/MqRyLrdNVe— Colm Kinsella (@ckSportLeader) March 24, 2018
We are so incredibly proud of the Corpus Christi Choir today! @Munsterrugby! The next chapter in the Moyross Story will be written by these children!!!! #moyross #munsterrugby #thomondpark #choir pic.twitter.com/c8DqIZAtTR— Corpus Christi Primary School, Moyross (@CMoyross) March 24, 2018
The choir previously went viral for their rousing rendition of the Andrea Day song Rise Up racking up a 1.4 million views on the school’s Facebook page.
A video of the choir’s performance this weekend shared on Twitter by the Limerick Leader’s rugby correspondent Colm Kinsella has so far been viewed 24, 200 times, and was retweeted by Ronan O’Gara, Keith Earls and Miriam O’Callaghan.
Brilliant performance https://t.co/PN6oIMf8UO— Keith Earls (@KEITHEARLS87) March 25, 2018
Congrats to your amazing choir - such great talent. https://t.co/6PG8NYcMMI— Miriam O'Callaghan (@MiriamOCal) March 24, 2018
A video tweeted out by the school has also racked up a further 14,700 views.
The school choir recently performed on the Miriam O’Callaghan show after going viral and their performance of Rise Up was featured on an American TV show.
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