Glasgow City eventually overcame Hibs in the under 15s semi final. It was an emphatic final result, but perhaps did not reflect the flow of this game, where chances fell at both ends. The match all boiled down to the superior clinical finishing of the Glasgow side, who marched on to the final against Glasgow Central Girls.
Hibs had the better of the opening exchanges, with a couple of runs and shots from Gabby Anderson causing problems for the Glasgow defence.
Soon enough, though, Glasgow had found their stride to take the lead on five minutes. A corner from Monica Anderson was swung in from the right and Chloe Muir found herself in space inside the box to guide a header past Claire Forrester to break the deadlock.
Glasgow were pressing the ball well in the midfield area with Jemma Marriott and Eva Lockhart getting on the ball with a grip on midfield. Hibs meanwhile kept their shape with long balls behind the Glasgow defence the main danger. It was from here that they were back in the game.
Emma McClure played sprayed a finely weighted high delivery from the right, finding Gabby Anderson free inside the Glasgow box. With time to take a touch she placed her shot past Sophie Allison and the sides were level on 11 minutes.
It was competitive, even game for the remainder of the half. Hibs certainly had a lift from equalising, pressing up the pitch better, allowing Deborah Henry and Gabby Anderson to get into dangerous areas. After Henry tested Allison 14 minutes, Jade Stenhouse then cracked the Glasgow bar on 20 minutes.
Glasgow weathered the Hibs pressure as the game swung end to end, with Muir an ever present danger down the left hand side. They almost broke through on 33 minutes when Aimee Headland found herself through on goal but Forrester was quick off her line to close down the shot.