Nobody could have predicted what was about to unfold in the second half. Jordan Molloy was moved to full back where he completely stopped the Na Piarsaigh's main player. Shane Mahony took over at centre back, scoring one superb inspirational point. The big turning point was a goal from the energetic and hard working Tervine Wallace. Ronan Buckley now at full forward was causing hovoc inside and setting up chances for team mates. John Delaney was moved from corner back to centre forward and was very effective.
More goals followed from super sub Eoin Neary, and Adam Power. The lads held on for a deserved 3 point victory on a scoreline of 4-12 to 3-12. It was a superb second half performance, one which will be hopefully repeated later on in the year. Man of the match was Charlie Deegan who gave a superb display at corner back and playing the sweeper role. The Micky Coade Memorial cup was presented to team captain Shane Mahony afterwards. Team for the final was as follows: Steven Scallon, Eoin Kelly, John Delaney, Charlie Deegan, Peter Collins, Shane Mahony, Jordan Molloy, Ryan Poyntz, Ronan Buckley, Adam Power, Tervine Wallace, Robbie O Driscoll, Eoin O Shea, Sean Bolger, Kevin Murphy. Subs: Eoin Neary, Joe Banville, Padraig Nolan, Luke Freyne.