Setanta's Oisin Langan and 27-time Irish international David Corkery provided some much-needed comic relief during an incredibly tense Munster Schools Senior Cup final.
With the trailing Christian Brothers College Cork chasing a record-breaking 29th Senior Cup title, fly-half James Taylor lined up for a kick from fully 45 yards out.
Taylor duly landed a superb strike at goal, which would ultimately win the game for the Sydney Hill school after a ferocious encounter with Limerick's superb Crescent Comprehensive College - themselves champions in 2013 and 2014.
But despite promises to the contrary in the opening exchanges, Langan couldn't help himself but to drop a bomb of his own - a James Taylor-related pun, naturally - which went down like a lead balloon in the company of former CBC student Corkery, who responded in true Munster style.
CBC Cork vs Crescent College | Setanta IrelandChristian Brothers College Cork were crowned Munster Schools Senior Cup champions today after 9-8 win over Crescent College, brought to you by University of Limerick. Here's the penalty from James Taylor that won the competition!
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"I know Christians fans were worried before this game, but don't worry, You've Got A Friend in James Taylor!"
joked Langan, pulling one out of the bag. He suggested Corkery might be tempted to make a quick exit from his commentary position, but Corkery instead, with a surprising air of menace, responded:
"Or else knock you out."
That's the Munster Schools Senior Cup right there. And in fairness to Langan, he took it on the chin with a cheeky suggestion that Corkery wouldn't even be sent off for such an offence.
It's certainly a clip for CBC 10 James Taylor to save on his tv for years to come.
Christians saw off a massively impressive Crescent side 9-8 thanks to the boot of Taylor, outstanding goal-line discipline, and a miraculous interception from second row Richard Thompson who prevented what looked like a nine-man overlap at first glance.
When the final whistle did sound after a compelling game of physical rugby (none of that airy-fairy Leinster stuff), there were joyous scenes for Neil Lucey's side as they ended a seven-year drought and overtook arch rivals Pres at the top of the Munster schools pile.
— eir Sport (@eirSport) March 13, 2016