The racing duo faced extremely tricky conditions during the two-day race as rain and mud left surfaces very slippery and several cars left the road.
Andrew continued, "The surface changed a lot from medium grip to no grip at all in places, which didn't give me the confidence to push as hard as I could at times. We ended up 2nd R2 overnight with a 53 second gap. But we're very happy overall with the weekend's result. The car ran without a single fault all weekend over 16 stages and over 200 competitive kilometres."
The famous Cork 20 International Rally attracts thousands of spectators and has been won previously by many heroes including World Champion Sebastian Loeb and Irish Rallying star Billy Coleman.