Jamie McCann’s injury time goal sealed Fairmuir their first piece of silverware in the form of the Queen’s Jubilee Cup as they beat Pitfour.
McCann, who had earlier levelled after Ally Alcorn opened the scoring, converted Mason Anderson’s cross in the third minute of injury time to win the cup for Fairmuir.
This was the second meeting of these sides in seven days, with Pitfour emerging victorious from the previous weekend’s East Region Cup clash.
It was Pitfour’s keeper Archie Kelly-Barton that was first to be called into action as he punched away a corner under pressure before keeping out Mason Anderson’s follow-up effort.
The opening stages were more a war of attrition than a free-flowing affair with Jordan Turnbull’s wayward strike summing up both side’s fortune in front of goal.
Fairmuir were seeing more of the ball but struggled to break through Pitfour’s defence. One occasion where Pitfour were exposed saw Anderson play in Zain Ferguson down the right before Kelly-Barton kept out the winger’s near post effort.
The loose ball fell for Nick Fletcher, but he could only lash the ball high over the bar.