Watch ‘Captain’ Andrew Trimble make a dramatic entrance to launch Kinsale Sevens

The annual Kinsale Sevens rugby tournament has been launched in glamorous style - with Ireland’s Andrew Trimble channeling his inner James Bond.

Arriving into Kinsale harbour in a speedboat, the Ulster winger happily strutted his stuff along the waterfront.

Slo-mos, casual hat-tossing and even a blooper reel - this clip has it all.

Video from Kinsale Sevens.

Ireland teammates, including Conor Murray and Tommy Bowe, were taking the mickey after seeing a picture of him in the captain’s uniform.

They are going to have a field day when they see the video.

The Heineken Kinsale Sevens runs from April 30 to May 1 - check out full details at Kinsale7s.com.

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