The Dublin club were comfortable seven-point winners over their Offaly counterparts
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Diarmuid Connolly's first half goal helped St Vincent's pick up a third Leinster fooball title in four years as they were comfortable winners over Rhode this afternoon.
The Dublin club were too strong for their Offaly counterparts and pulled away in the second half to amass a seven-point victory at O'Moore Park.
Mayo's Enda Varley notched two points to help St Vincent's on their way to a record equalling seventh Leinster title and their second in three years.
Ger Brennan was dismissed after a black card in the first half, but the Dublin champions were largely untroubled for the majority of the game.
Rhode players arriving at O'Moore Park this afternoon
Ruairi Trainor and Brian Darby fight for possession
St. Vincent's Diarmuid Connolly holds off Eoin Rigney
Enda Varley tackles Rhode's Shane Sullivan
Diarmuid Connolly scores the only goal of the game in the opening half
St Vincent's players celebrate after Connolly's goal
Cormac Diamond celebrates winning a free
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