Becoming the first player since Paul Dunne to win back-to-back Irish Boys Championships, Power wrote his name into the history books
The circumstances were extraordinary. After closing with a final round 70, Power had moved level with England's Jack Cope at the top of the leaderboard on five under, meaning that a three-hole playoff was required to decide the destination of the trophy.
Returning to the 16th, Power struck the first blow with a birdie four. Cope found himself two behind having made bogey but bounced back immediately when he birdied 17. Power bogeyed and surrendered his advantage.
283 M Power (Kilkenny), 67, 72, 74, 70 (after a 3-hole playoff), J Cope (England), 71, 70, 70, 72