On a sunny evening at Dens Park it was Baldragon who had cause to celebrate as they lifted the Under 14's Dundee Schools Urquhart Trophy at the expense of St John's RC High School.
Two second half goals from Ryan McGregor and Kyler Van Toom proved to be the difference as they managed to take advantage of the counter-attack, getting the best of their SFA Performance School opponents at the home of Dundee FC.
Baldragon started the match with real intent, pushing against the St John's backline and threatening to break through on more than one occasion. Despite the early pressure, they could not get the better of their opponents in the opening stages. They were largely reduced to half-chances and blocked shots after some good defending by St John's.
As time went on they started to wear down the resistance of St John's and would have no doubt taken the lead after a Baldragon attacker was played through on goal if not for the goalkeeping heroics of Fergus Robertson.
15 minutes in and St John's were producing few chances of their own, with Kerr Smith making a mazy run down the right wing before lashing a shot against the Baldragon 'keeper's feet.
Luca Snee was next to trouble the Baldragon goal after he managed to get the best of his marker before firing a shot just wide of goal from just outside the box.
Baldragon had their best chance just three minutes before half-time when they were played through. The attacker took too hevy a touch and that was enough of a window of opportunity and Robertson was brave, grabbing the ball at the players feet, suffering a knock in the process.