Two first half goals were enough for Hutchison Vale to survive a second half onslaught from Musselburgh Windsor and hold on to lift the Kenny McLean Cup.
A goal at the start of the half from Jake Houten and a stunner a few minutes before half time from Jacob Comerford put Vale in the driving seat, but the second period was a different story and saw Windsor give them a real run for their money.
Bruno Davidson won the ball in his own half and strode forwards, before feeding the ball into the path of Houten. The striker kept his cool from close range to stab past Lennon Flood and give Vale an early lead.
Taylor Steven went close with a couple of efforts for Vale, Lewis Foster headed wide from a set piece before Davidson dragged wide across the face.
The second was a thing of beauty on 32 minutes. Malik Zaid’s initial strike was blocked but the ball sat up nicely for Comerford, who couldn’t have struck the ball any sweeter as it flew off his left foot and nestled perfectly into the corner ot double the score.
There was a half chance for Windsor as Ross Montgomery found Murray Gilfillan but the attcker lashed wide on the half volley, just before the half time whistle sounded.