Kilsyth Athletic roared back from a goal down to emerge 3-1 victors against Motherwell FC Community Trust in the Central Region Cup final.
It was a cagey affair in the first half as both sides traded blows but struggled to break the deadlock.
The first opportunity of the afternoon fell to Motherwell’s Aaron Muir with ten minutes on the clock. Ben Elliot picked out his strike partner with a through ball but Muir’s effort was blocked.
Kilsyth registered their first shot on goal when Max Skilling tried his hand with a looping volley from range but the strike narrowly cleared the bar.
But it was Motherwell who drew first blood in the 31st minute as Elliot’s deflected drive from the right side of the penalty area evaded the outstretched arm of the goalkeeper.
Kilsyth responded immediately and almost levelled through Connor Hogg. The midfielder cleverly created space before unleashing the ball towards goal but Patrick Pender held comfortably.
The final chance of the first half would fall to Kilsyth again when Ian McDowall got the break of the ball on the edge of the area. However, the forward could only lash his effort wide of the left post.