The Irish team's World Cup campaign, which has accounted for Pakistan and Bangladesh, has also spawned a couple of new moves which would definitely look out of place at all self-respecting nightclubs.
Captain Trent Johnston celebrates the fall of a wicket with a bizarre jig which involves leaping from one foot to the other while flapping his arms.
"The chicken dance came out of when I am out on the dancefloor, the guys say I look like a chicken so thats just a celebratory dance Ive given to the guys," said Johnston.
"And we also have Dave Langford-Smith who does the ferret as well. Its just a bit of fun. We are out here having fun and enjoying ourselves."
Langford-Smith, who, like Johnston is an Australian native, pioneered the ferret at his wedding reception.
He performed it at a party in Jamaica to celebrate the win over Pakistan last month.
It came out again in the win over Bangladesh.
The ferret looks a bit like the chicken except the arms do their flapping behind the back not at the sides.