A moving tribute to rugby starlet Ronan Costello has emerged.
It is video footage of the Huddersfield Giants and their Academy team-mates enjoying a victory song after the 31-30 victory at Salford.
Stand-in coach Andy Kelly is heading the singing, in front of a huge banner saying RIP Ronan Costello.
The win at the AJ Bell Stadium came just three days after 17-year-old Ronan died in hospital.
He was injured playing for the Academy side in a match against Salford on the previous Saturday.
The Super League game went ahead and the Giants and their fans dedicated the victory to Ronan.
Assistant coach Chris Thorman tweeted: “That one’s for you little brother. RIPRonanCostello #GiantsFamily @Giantsrl.”
Fans have also posted messages on social media backing the tribute.
One said: “Liked the victory song that got onto twitter of the lads in the changing rooms – showed some passion and some heart for Ronan. RIP.”
Another posted: “Changing room victory songs, plus banner etc was great to see. Great to see so many enthusiastic and passionate players. Obviously meant a lot to them, very understandable.”
And another moving tribute to Ronan has come from the other side of the world.
It was put together by former Giant David Faiumu, who returned to New Zealand after leaving the club earlier this year.
He is coaching children and some of the youngsters performed a Haka in memory of the Huddersfield teenager, carrying out the traditional dance in front of a special Ronan banner.
Ronan’s funeral takes place on Friday morning at St Patrick’s RC Church in Huddersfield.