Early goals in either half from Jay McMahon and Mark Black saw Brunswick overcome Steins Thistle in an incredibly tight and physical Kevin McCutcheon Cup final at Clyde FC's Broadwood Stadium.
A wonderful low strike from Steins Thomas Slaven had squared the game in a contest that could have quite easily gone their way.
Brunswick began the game the brighter side and took a deserved lead after nine minutes when McMahon looped a fantastic Callan Strain cross over the head of the stranded Alan Cramb in the Steins goal.
The early set-back seemed to spark Steins into life and they almost equalised immediately, when a headed clearance fell to Ryan Laidlaw on the edge of the box. But his volleyed effort went marginally over the bar, much to the disappointment of the majority of Stein fans at Broadwood who thought it had found the target.
Those supporters did not have to wait long to celebrate though, as again Brunswick failed to fully clear their lines with Slaven on hand to drill home a low shot from the edge of the box through a sea of bodies and into the net.
Clear-cut chances were at a premium for the rest of the first half as neither team were able to assert control of an incredibly competitive match, although McMahon almost scored with an exquisite chip from a tight angle, but his effort bounced off the bar and back into play.
At the other end, the lively Darren Bowie forced Brunswick keeper Callum Reid into a fantastic save after skipping past two players and firing an effort goal wards from the edge of the box. Reid was equal to it, however, and got down low to his left to divert the ball behind for a corner in what proved to be the last meaningful action of the first half.