Lourdes overcame a tough battle against Bannerman to win the 2018 Cameronian Cup at Celtic Park on Monday night.
Two first-half goals from Luke McMullan and Connor Elliott ensured the title went Lourdes' way, with a penalty from Kieran Lawson offering brief hope for Bannerman late on in the second 45.
It was a fully deserved victory for Lourdes, who defended heroically at times as well as scoring two tremendously worked goals.
Yet it was Bannerman who took the game to Lourdes early on. A couple of free-kicks deep in the Lourdes half saw Kelvin Daniel and Lawson curl a couple of efforts over the bar.
As well as that, Alex Smith looked extremely lively in the opening stages - getting on the ball and using his trickery to create space for Bannerman.
That's not to say Lourdes weren't having a say of their own in the first 20 minutes.
Darren Stevenson drilled a low cross that just evaded everyone, whilst Cameron Clark also sent a cross in that drifted wide, as Lourdes threatened to get some joy from the flanks.
There was no lack of bite in the challenge either from both sides, with the energetic 100 or so supporters really getting into the game after some feisty tackles.
The first real close opportunity of the contest went Lourdes' way, when Kyle McAvoy rode a couple of challenges to drill a low strike into the side-netting.
Bannerman were warned, and were soon punished.
Elliott threaded a terrific ball through to McMullan, who controlled the ball superbly to round James Faulds and tuck into the empty net.
The goal sparked a real positive spell for Lourdes, who were noticeably looking more and more comfortable in possession, thriving in the Parkhead atmosphere.
Hasnat Ali Ahmad was almost put through, but was well marshalled by Anson Lung, before McAvoy fired an effort just over.
It was nervy times for Bannerman, and there was no surprise in the stadium when the growing confidence from Lourdes saw them go 2-0 ahead before the break.
A terrific, sweeping move down the right-hand side saw McAvoy send Stevenson away down the right. He sent a lovely low cross that was stepped over by one attacker allowing Elliott to smash a high effort into the top corner for 2-0.
It was a fitting end to a first-half that saw some lovely football from Lourdes, with Bannerman having a mountain to climb heading into the second 45.