Peter O'Mahony gave away his Six Nations winner's medal to one lucky fan
Pure class from the Grand Slam hero.
There's no grand homecoming for Ireland's rugby heroes thanks to the bad weather, but at least one fan enjoyed an incredible personal moment to treasure after the decisive win at Twickenham on Saturday.
Shortly after the final whistle, Peter O'Mahony sought out long-time Ireland fan Jennifer Malone and presented her with his winning medal. Inpho Photography were there to capture the magic:
— Inpho Photography (@Inphosports) March 17, 2018
As was Jennifer's proud and understandably slightly envious sister Rachel:
Yes my sister got to lift the six nations trophy today in Twickenham and got Peter O’Mahoney’s medal and yes I am extremelyyyyy jealous pic.twitter.com/NVU3L4suUp
— Raquel (@RachelMalone976) March 17, 2018
A fantastic and selfless gesture from the Cork native after an exceptional campaign from Joe Schmidt's men saw them secure the Grand Slam.
And hey, spare a thought for Eddie Jones, who's probably having a Sunday to forget following his 'scummy Irish' comments that rather came back to haunt the England boss...
Ireland's victory at Twickenham, meanwhile, sees them climb to a best-ever rankings tally of 89.11 points, gaining further ground on New Zealand.
ABANDONED MESSI GOES MISSING, MODRIC IS JUST MAGNIFICENT...
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