Wishaw Wycombe faced Syngenta Juveniles in this eagerly anticipated Scottish Cup semi-final, played at the Falkirk Stadium.
The Central Region side defeated last years winners Clydebank 6-4 in the quarters to reach this stage, whilst Syngenta were looking to reach their third Scottish Cup final as a team.
Wanderers kicked the game off playing in yellow and blue, shooting against Syngenta playing in orange.
The first chance fell to Mark Kyle of Wishy only minutes in to the game, as he flashed a left footed shot across goal but nobody in yellow and blue could get a decisive touch.
Both sides looked nervous in the opening stages and understandably so, with the winners advancing to the biggest games of the boys careers to date.
Syngenta had their first chance after 15 minutes, as Flynn Gray had time to turn and shoot in the box but his shot was blocked from close range.
Both teams were struggling on the ball inside the first half hour, as many passes went astray and very little chances were created.
Colm Lafferty had a strike from about 25 yards out but his strike went well wide of the Syngenta goal.
Lafferty had another chance only minutes later when his header from a corner landed on the roof off the net as Wishaw started to create a chance or two but it was Syngenta who had more possession.
Somewhat against the run of play, Robbie McCafferty found himself in acres of space clean through on the Wishaw goal and he slotted calmy past the goalkeeper to put Syngenta in front after 33 minutes.
The team in orange were looking for more and started to pass the ball better and were forcing Wishy into playing longer balls to their strikers.
Syngenta were starting to dominate possession and put the Wishaw goal under real pressure, who were just trying to hold out the interval.
On the stroke of halftime Syngenta doubled their lead and it was a wonderful team goal. After good play from Callan Stone at the edge of the box, he played a good ball out wide to McCafferty who put it on a plate for Gray to score and give his team a deserved two goal cushion.
Immediately from the kick off they won the ball back and McCafferty burst through on goal again but after being forced wide he could only cut the ball back and therewas nobody in orange to finish it off, as Wishaw were pleased to go into halftime only two goals down.