St John's put in a commanding display on Monday evening as they swept aside Harris Academy at Dens Park to lift the Senior Sports Cup.
The star of the show was without a doubt St John's Lewis Neilson, who bagged an impressive four goals on the night to help guide his team to the trophy. Kieron Dolan managed to grab a brace for Harris but it was not enough agaisnt a very strong St John's side.
St John's began the game on the front foot, peppering shots at the Harris goal. It took a combination of good goalkeeping, great defending and even the woodwork to keep the score level, but ultimately the Harris resistance could not hold out for long.
It took 21 minutes for St John's to score their first of the match and it came through a piuece of individual brilliance from Lewis Neilson, who used his strength and pace to drive into the box from the right hand side before slotting the ball through the keepers legs for the opener.
Harris, to their credit, refused to give up and just nine minutes later they had an equaliser. Kieron Dolan was played through and as the striker made his way into the box, he fired a shot high into the St John's net to level the scores.
St John's continued putting the pressure on their opponents and eventually restored their lead two minutes from half-time when Neilson took advantage of some slack defending to lash home.
Harris would have been hoping at this point to get into half-time just the one goal down, unfortunately for them, Lewis Neilson had other plans as he converted a header from a corner in stoppage time to give his side a two-goal advantage at the interval.