STILL basking in the glory of their BT National League One title triumph, Marr Rugby are celebrating yet more silverware success.

The 7s squad enjoyed a day in the sun at Fort Matilda and with scenic views of the Clyde as a backdrop cruised through the recent Greenock Wanderers annual 7s tournament to lift the Fort Matilda Trophy.

They swept aside Glasgow Hawks, who will be next season's rivals in the BT Premiership 54-12 in the final.

The South Ayrshiremen had a field day and thrashed Birkmyre 69-0 in the first round, Irvine 45-5 in the quarter-final and secured their place in the final by comfortably disposing of Hillhead/Jordanhill 55-5 in the semi-final.

Former Wanderers player, coach and captain Kenny Diffenthal, now coaching at Marr, enjoyed his return to Fort Matilda and reminded the home support of just how good a player he was during his lengthy stay at Wanderers over the last decade with a cameo performance throughout the tournament.

His rugby nous and tactical acumen were a significant factor in ensuring that the silverware will be on show at Fullarton over the next 12 months.

During the matches Marr's players fully exploited the space available to capitalise on their pace and stamina.

It was a great all-round team performance with many fine tries which made it almost impossible to pick out a favourite.

However a highlight was in the second half of the final when under significant pressure from Hawks, attacking close to the try-line, Marr won turn-over ball and Dan Law broke out from defence. With Hawks' flyers in pursuit he sprinted the length of the pitch and scored.