The first chance of the second half fell to Wolves, and Johnstone pounced on a loose ball on the edge of the Strathaven penalty area, but his shot was excellently blocked by Kevin McAteer.
Strathaven’s Stefan Law looked as though he was auditioning for a sies of dancing on ice, as he trickled his way through 5 Wolves players on his way to goal. However, the ice forced him to slip and scoop his shot over the bar.
Strathaven came closer to doubling their lead through Kennedy. He beat Andrew Melvin with ease, but sliced his shot wide of the target from 12 yards.
Midway through the second half, Wolves did equalise. A ball into the box from the left hand side seemed to evade everyone apart from Jack McLean, who rolled the ball calmly into the bottom corner. 1-1 and everything to play for.
No sooner than Wolves equalised, they found themselves behind again. Stuart Allison fought fantastically to keep the ball under his control inside the Wolves penalty area. He then pulled the ball back for big forward John Devine, and he finished superbly first time into the roof of the net. 2-1 Strathaven.
As Wolves pressed for an equaliser, it left gaps open at the back. Allison once again twisting and turning inside and out, then he fed a great ball through to Alex More, who beat the goalkeeper but seen his shot smack the post, and Graeme Dunne was on hand to remove the danger.
Wolves were looked dangerous from set pieces, whether it was corners, free kicks or throw ins. Their latest in a long list of corners was taken by Peter O’Donnell, met the head of Dunne, but was wide of the target. The closest they came to an equaliser in the closing stages.
That was that, and Strathaven Dynamo prevailed as winners of the Under 17 Central Region Cup.