A lethal attacking performance from Syngenta Juveniles saw them take home the Central Region Cup at the expense of Oban Saints.
The Dyes were ruthless as they pressed well and moved the ball freely to fire five past their rivals.
However, the result was not always certain and with five minutes on the clock Oban took a shock lead. Syngenta failed to deal with a hopeful long ball and Cameron Kerr swooped to drill home on the half volley.
In the tenth minute the scores were level once again. Conor Gamble’s low effort was saved by Alasdair Ferguson but TJ Kennedy was on hand to convert the rebound.
It was evident that this final would be one to remember and in the 14th minute Kerr tested the goalkeeper again when he pinged in a dipping effort from range. Jordan Livingstone reacted well to tip the ball over the bar.
Syngenta edged themselves in front in the 17th minute. Gamble ripped in an opportunistic half volley from the right flick, which cracked the post before nestling into the back of the net.
They extended their lead seven minutes later when Ross Fraser showed the awareness to create a bit of space before rifling home from 25 yards.
Syngenta were not content with resting on their laurels, however, and had a fourth just before the break. Fraser broke on the counter-attack before exchanging passes with Kennedy and showing the composure to pick his spot from outside the area.