Scottish Cup finals don't get much more tense than this...
Kerse United lifted the trophy after a pulsating match against Knightswood. After a 1-1 draw at full-time, and with extra time providing no winner, the match had to be resolved with a penalty shootout, Luis Vieira slotted home the winning penalty to give the Grangemouth side the win.
Knightswood threatened first when a shot from Peter Donnan was well saved by Kerse stopper Thomas Kay. The attack seemed to have inspired United, as they took the lead five minutes later.
A fantastic run down the left from Euan Wilson saw him slip the ball into Calum Watson, who in turn layed it off to Cameron Sharp who hit first time to give his side the lead.
Five minutes after that Kerse thought they had doubled their lead when Wilson managed to win the battle with his defender and slotted the ball home, only for the referee to have judged that a foul had been commited in the build up.
Knightswood kept up the pressure looking for an equaliser, and came close when Nicholas Pilkington headed over from eight yards when he really should have done better.
They had another opportunity close to half time when Pilkington went on a blistering dribble right through the Kerse defence, only to be kept out by the brilliant Thomas Kay.