Ttebbob benefited from an enterprising ride from Robbie Power to land the Munster Hurdle at Clonmel.

With the whole field unwilling to force the pace, the first flight was taken at a crawl, when Power opted to boot the 16-1 chance into a clear lead.

Jessica Harrington's 16-1 chance kept finding more from the front and repelled Western Boy by two lengths.

Vedettariat made it second time lucky over timber with victory in the Demesne Maiden Hurdle.

Willie Mullins' charge was made 13-8 joint favourite with Venitien De Mai, who was one place behind him at Thurles, and he confirmed the form under Ruby Walsh, jumping into the lead at the last and going on to beat his main market rival by three lengths.

Fruits Of Glory put in an accomplished display to land the Clonmel Maiden Hurdle.

Eddie Cawley's 11-4 chance made easy progress from the rear of the field under Philip Enright, before overtaking Coolbane West between the final two flights and running on to score by five lengths.

Mr Cosmopolitan battled back bravely to land the Kilsheelan Beginners Chase.

Jim Dreaper's 11-8 favourite was not helped by a tendency to jump left, and though he travelled well for Barry Cash, a mistake at the second-last fence looked to have handed the race to Deano.

Mr Cosmopolitan got back up on the run-in to the line, though, landing the spoils by three-quarters of a length.

All The Way Home (6-1) took advantage of his light weight to come out on top in the Bishop Auckland Theatre Hooligans Handicap Chase for trainer Liz Doyle and jockey Sean Flanagan.

Eoghan O'Grady's Clara More (10-1) proved the strongest of a group of five in with a shout at the last in the Kilmolash (QR) Handicap Hurdle, while the Powerstown Flat Race went the way of 20-1 chance De Name Escapes Me, ridden and trained by Liz Lalor.