In the second half it was the Brogan Hay show, tricks and feints taking City forward often and effectively out right. But when she played in Boyce she was tangled in three Hibee defenders, but a few turns later she was one on one twelve yards out only to be again denied by the terrific last minute tackle of Megan Kerr. Both the Hibs goalkeeper and Hibs defence looked unbeatable.
Chloe Sinclair drove up the left to respond, playing in Fairgrieve who in turn played in Watters who had 5 yards of space. She went for it first time but her shot was well wide.
Hibs worked it well out left, with Morgan Turner living up to her name and leaving her marker stranded before she was denied a shot by Cunningham who was having a very solid game at right back.
Boyce looked hungry again when she shrugged off two sliding challenges only for her pass to be too heavy for Hay.
Although Hibs were on the back foot for spells, they kept the ball well - racking up a hefty amount of passes and making good decisions on the ball all over the park.
Hay was frustrated and lunged in to disposess Caitlyn Lynch, but her cross was denied by Jeffries in the face of the threat of a Boyce header. Jeffries really was playing flawlessly in the game and any other goalkeeper would have struggled with the pressure that Glasgow were throwing at Hibs.
Glasgow broke forward perfectly, long ball finding the head of Hay, who cut it across to Louise Bell who found Boyce. But Boyce couldnt beat the post and the keeper leaving the fans with hearts in their mouths as it bounced just wide.
Despite having several shots on target in the last fifteen minutes City still couldn't find a way past Jeffries who has peformed at a standard that should put her on a few international scouts' radar.
Boyce had one more shot at a goal, running out right and finding space on the edge of the box. Jeffries and Boyce collided in a bone crunching 50-50 with the keeper coming out just ahead, despite that Boyce swung her leg at the loose ball but was denied by the Hibs clearance.
Hibs managed to hold on for almost an hour under constant pressure form Glasgow, with the best defensive and goalkeeping performance imaginable from each girl in a green jersey. In the end it was undoubtedly a performance which they will look on with pride as they lifted the Scottish Cup. Against excellent opposition, each and every player in the Capital outfit pulled off their jobs impeccably and take the nation's top domestic honour east.