An extra time winner from Jake Watt was enough to separate Aberdeenshire outfit Deveronvale & Glasgow side Palace Park BC.
The real winners of the day though were the volunteers who were out in force to make sure the game got the go ahead and it wasn't a wasted trip for the visitors. They had been hard at work on Saturday before further snow fell on the 4G surface at Myrus, meaning an early start on Sunday morning. Deveronvale also got a plough to clear the snow off the pitch which made a massive difference and the surface was clear again come kick off.
It was a cold game for many with both sides deserving acknowledgement for playing good football in what were difficult conditions. The temperatures throughout the whole match were never above freezing, meaning a bitter afternoon for the spectators.
Palace Park had the firstt real opportunity of the game after five minutes. A Robbie Hay effort was parried by Curtis West in the Vale goal before McKenzie Graham knocked the ball wide of the left hand post.
Vale attacked at the other end and a ball from Brodi Smith found Logan Macauley Mill however his effort went straight at Adam Stewart in the opposition goal. Macauley Mill then had another effort on goal in the 22nd minute however this was yet again denied by Stewart.
Palace Park took the lead in the 29th minute. A great ball found Corey McCoag who headed home from close range. Palace Park had the bulk of the possession in the first half and their patience paid off.
The Glasgow & District Youth League outfit then doubled their lead a minute before the interval when a good move found McKenzie Graham who rounded West before finishing off. Palace Park deserved their lead going into half time, however a 2-0 lead is never a comfortable position to be in.