A school in Cookstown has been enjoying viral success after its cover of The Pogues' Fairytale of New York racked up thousands of views on social media.
Holy Trinity College put their video of the song on Facebook last week and it has been viewed 66,000 times and had 1,600 shares.
The video features "our very talented pupils" from the school performing the 1987 hit.
The original song topped the iTunes chart following the death of the band’s frontman Shane MacGowan last week.
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The tunes is in a battle for the Christmas number one spot in the UK official charts against Wham! and Mariah Carey, the Official Charts Company has said.
The band’s gritty festive track has never reached the top spot in the UK charts, peaking at number two and beaten to the Christmas number one spot in the year of its release by the Pet Shop Boys’ Always On My Mind.
After the death of MacGowan aged 65 on Thursday, there have been calls from his fans and wife Victoria Mary Clarke for the track to finally claim the coveted Christmas number one title in a few weeks time.