Tullamore RFC’s bid to win all before them continues apace after they secured the All Ireland Junior Cup crown for the second season in a row with a 29-10 victory over Enniscorthy on Saturday.
The victory was about as comprehensive as you could hope for in a cup final as a firery Wexford challenge in the opening quarter proved to be nothing more than that once the Offaly men found their groove.
Ivan Poole had opened the scoring for the underdogs but Conor Molloy’s try was the first big score midway through the half and Aaron Deverell’s penalty had Tullamore in control.
The victory was sealed in a four minute spell either side of half time, Tullamore finished the first half with a brilliantly crafted try finished off by David Clavin and the centre sparked the attack that led to Ger Molloy crashing over for the third try.
The game was won at that point but Brian Geraghty crowned the victory late on before Paddy Waters notched a consolation score for Enniscorhty.
VIDEO: David Clavin scores Tullamore’s second try late in the first half.