Ryan Robertson's early first-half goal secured victory for Broxburn Athletic in their South East Region Cup final match against Tynecastle.
In a frantic opening 20 minutes, Robertson had Broxburn ahead but Cameron Dawson had had chances for Tynecastle to reply.
Sean Brown then struck the junction of the crossbar with a delicious strike from just outside the area - the one time where it looked like the Broxburn keeper Shaun Donoghue could have been beaten.
Donoghue saved everything that came his way, including a fabulous late save to deny Tynecastle's Murray Rose in the dying moments. Broxburn had chances to add to their lead, but going by their outpouring of joy at the full-time whistle, it's pretty clear they were more than happy with their 1-0 win.
The first real potent attack of the game resulted in Broxburn opening the scoring. Ryan Robertson slipped his marker and despite a combination of goalkeeper Fraser Briton and a defender blocked the initial effort, the forward gleefully tapped home the rebound into an unguarded goal.
Broxburn were going on the offensive against the former Scottish Cup champions, and inside 12 minutes they were nearly two goals to the good - Lewis Junner testing Briton with a drive from distance.
Five minutes later, Cameron Dawson had a couple of chances in quick succession to grab an equaliser. His initial shot was deflected onto the side netting. From the resulting corner, Broxburn keeper Shaun Donaghue parried Dawson's header to safety.
Up the other end, Robertson had a pop from distance - this time Briton held the ball and kept the match at 1-0.
Sean Brown came closest yet for Tynecastle on the half-hour mark, but his sweet effort crashed back off the junction of Donaghue's woodwork.
The game began to fizzle out into a slower pace, but with half time looming, Tynecastle again threatened. A great move resulted in Ryan Farrell going one-on-one, but the keeper produced a smart stop with his feet.