St. Munchin's won their first Munster Schools Junior Cup in 20 years on Wednesday afternoon when they defeated Christian Brothers College 15-10 in the final at Thomond Park.
We are the champions #MSJC 🏆
SMC 15 - CBC 10
— St Munchin's College (@stmunchins) March 7, 2018
The score of the game came early in the second half through a familiar surname for Ireland and Munster fans.
Alexander Wood, playing out-half for St. Munchin's, sent the CBC defence into disarray with a scything 45-metre run. The score put Munchin's ahead 13-5 with the extras also kicked to give the Limerick school a 10-point lead.
Alexander is the son of former Ireland captain Keith Wood.
— Jerry Flannery (@jerryflannery) March 7, 2018
CBC would grab another try to set up an exciting finish. Though, Munchin's held out to win the game 15-10.
Video via Munster Rugby