Cameron Murray’s first half double helped Ferry Athletic Blues see off Kirrie Thistle and lift the Peter MacAvoy Cup.
Gale force winds meant that a free-flowing game was unlikely, but despite playing into the wind, it was Kirrie that broke the deadlock after six minutes when Kane Allison swept the ball home from David Cattanach’s cross.
Cameron Murray curled a shot over as Ferry looked for an equaliser, and their efforts were rewarded when Cattanach attempted to guide a long ball back to Kyle Millar, only to see the ball taken by the wind and loop into the net.
Millar was helpless to prevent the equaliser but kept Ferry at bay with a fingertip save to keep out Craig Bruce’s powerful header.
Rohan Brown volleyed wide for Kirrie before Murray latched onto a through ball and drilled a low strike past Millar to put Ferry in front.
With the wind at their backs, Ferry were looking to put the game beyond Kirrie, and went close when Adam Eaton’s whipped a corner against the crossbar.
Ferry did extend their lead when Millar fumbled James Lawrie’s long free kick into Murray, who watched the ball roll over the line for his second of the day.
Murray turned provider for Scott Thaw when he knocked down Eaton’s corner, and Thaw looped the ball over Millar for Ferry’s fourth of the day.