Louis Maclachlan became a viral sensation as his goal from the halfway line helped secure the Scottish Cup for Spartans as they beat St. Andrews BC.
St Andrews managed to see off Glenvale before a more comfortable victory against Edinburgh City. They then defeated Longniddry Villa before tight games against Gartcairn, Belshill and Spartans saw them progress to the semifinal where they overcame Giffnock United by a two goal margin.
Spartans road to the final started much more smoothly with two comfortable wins against Haddington and Arbroath. Wins against Jeanfield Swift, Blantyre and Giffnock Reds followed before two tougher games against Cumbernauld Colts and Westdyke to see them through to the final.
One of the goals of the season started off a very good game with both teams going for it however it was Spartans who came away with Scottish Cup glory after another few good finishes and a dramatic last few minutes.
Spartans could not have asked for a better start as, straight from kick off, Louis Maclachlan had the audacity to shoot from the half way line which went over the keepers head and into the back off the net.
St Andrews pushed for an equaliser and they got a free kick in a very dangerous position however it was deflected off the wall and went out for a corner.
Spartans then doubled their lead after a corner was swung in and a bullet header by Oscar MacIntyre gave the St Andrews keeper no chance.
The game continued to be quite a scrappy affair however Spartans held on to their two goal lead going into the break.