The widow of late Welsh international Danny Jones received a standing ovation at Wembley Stadium Saturday when she sang 'Abide With Me' in memory of her husband.
Lizzie Jones sang ahead of rugby league's Challenge Cup final, three months after her partner collapsed just four minutes into a rugby league game for Keighley Cougars at London Skolars. He died later that evening in the Royal Free Hospital.
It was later discovered that the 29-year-old had an undetected hereditary heart condition.
Jones - who left twins Bobby and Phoebe, now aged eight months - played at Wembley for Wales in 2011.
His wife, who is a professional singer, took to the field and sang in front of 70,000 fans as pictures of herself, Jones and their children were displayed on the stadium's two big screens. She was then joined on the field by her twins to a standing ovation.
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Since Jones' death a fund set up to support his family has raised in excess of £230,000 and continues to grow.
Rugby fans responded just as positively to the singing performance on Twitter.
Truly remarkable by Lizzie Jones. Remarkable. Such strength.— Mark Chapman (@markchapman) August 29, 2015
Just seen the video of Lizzie Jones singing Abide With Me and sobbing my heart out. Such a brave woman. #RIPDanny— Lucy (@lucyboyen) August 29, 2015
Shed a tear when Lizzie Jones sang Abide With Me, got way too excited when Briscoe got 5, felt the feels when Sinny and JJB lifted the cup— Beki Louise Moulton (@beks_maltbread) August 29, 2015