Bannerman High School secured the Under-14 League Shield with an impressive 5-1 dismantling of St Andrew's Secondary at Auchenhowie.
First half goals from Sam Christie and Cameron Orr were added to by a second-half brace from Kalvin Higgins and a stunning fifth from Orr towards the death. Tomas Cassidy got on the score-sheet before half-time for St Andrew's with a towering header of his own.
It was a final that promised goals given that both sides were in free-scoring form heading into the match. And it was a game that didn't fail to deliver in terms of quality.
One particular standout was Morgan Graham of St Andrew's, who was notably the only female player in the match as well as one of the top performers in a spirited display from her side.
The game started in blistering fashion, with St Andrew's putting on a high press and forcing Bannerman's back-line into some early pressure. The first chance of the half, however, came from Bannerman, as Orr drilled an early strike over just outside the area.
Orr would then test the impressive Lennon Campbell's palms as he burst through and sent a low effort his way. Fortunately for St Andrew's the young goalkeeper produced a smart stop to tip round from a corner.
Despite a positive first 10 minutes for Bannerman though, St Andrew's started to feel their way into the game, with Cassidy bursting forward and curling an effort on goal that saw Nathan Coyne produce a fine save.
And Bannerman would storm into the lead just two minutes later. A lovely ball over the top by Lucas Wilson sent the pacey Christie away. The right-winger then lashed a low effort under the unfortunate Campbell to give Bannerman a priceless lead.
It wasn't long before Christie was in again down the right, but his low cross was well snuffed out by the St Andrew's defence.
One notable battle that was intriguing was Kai Mitchell of Bannerman against St Andrew's right-back Devon McAllister. Both youngsters were getting in about each other, with Mitchell often showing great flair and energy to win the ball high up for Bannerman.
And it wasn't long before St Andrew's went 2-0 down. A corner into the area was powerfully headed into the net by Orr, leaving St Andrew's with it all to do.
There was almost a quick response when Cassidy held the ball up well to lay of Keon Crampsie, but his well struck effort that looked top-corner bound was clawed away by Coyne again.
However, from the resulting flurry of corners, St Andrew's got themselves back into the contest. It would arrive from a towering Cassidy header - with Bannerman's lead reduced to one.
Cassidy almost broke through just moments before the break, but could only poke wide as St Andrew's had to settle for a 2-1 deficit heading into half-time.