4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
Replacements: Jim Griffin, Brendan Cullinane, Aaron McCloskey, Geoff Ryan, Eamonn Connolly.
Replacements: Cillian McDonald, Colin Murphy, Jack Conan, Aaron Sheehan, Josh Glynn, Pat O'Regan.
O'Mahony, fresh from scoring for Munster 'A' against Aberavon last weekend, ran in three tries in this runaway success for the Light Blues.
Clever centre Conan Doyle put the home side on their way with an early try, converted by young out-half Jamie Gavin.
He also added the extras to the first of O'Mahony's tries which made it 14-0 inside as many minutes, as 'Belvo drew breath.
They trailed 14-3 at the interval with number 10 Steve Crosbie landing a penalty to get them off the mark. Garryowen went on to dominate a lively second half which produced four tries, two for either side.
O'Mahony used his pace and power to complete his hat-trick and busy full-back Daniel Riordan and Jonathan Slattery crossed for the Dubliners.
Gavin, certainly a player to look out for in the coming years, finished with a tally of 14 points via four successful conversions and two penalty goals.
Referee: Eddie Hogan O'Connell (IRFU)