Jerviston went into this league cup final after defeating Steins Thistle 4-2 in the semi-final, and currently sit fourth in the table having only played six league games this season.
Maddiston beat EDFC 7-1 to reach the final, and are only three points behind their opponents in the league having played the same amount of games.
Maddiston had a decent opportunity inside the first minute with a dangerous free kick on the right hand side, but the Jerviston defence stood firm.
Pearce Mooney had the first real chance in the final, as his volley from the edge of the box went just wide of the post after five minutes as Jerviston started the game strongly.
Jerviston were the better team in the opening stages but it was Maddiston who created a wonderful opportunity to take the lead after ten minutes. Some good hold up play from Mark Taylor resulted in him cutting it back for Mason Buchanan but his shot hit the crossbar. Connor Gordon-Paterson's header was then agonisingly saved on the line by Dominic Leary.
The chance sparked Maddiston into life, as they starting to create more chances, dominate possession and their support were cheering them on to get the first goal.
Maddiston scored the goal that their play deserved after 23 minutes, as Taylor was played clean through on goal and he kept his cool to finish smartly under the Jervi goalkeeper to give his team the lead in the final.
Maddiston could have made it two only minutes later as Taylor again found himself with space through on goal as the Jerviston defence struggled to stop him. This time his shot went over the bar, but Leary had fouled the striker just at the edge of the box.
From the resulting free kick Jamie Wilson's low strike beat the goalkeeper to send the Maddiston support wild and this put his side two up on the half hour mark.
Jerviston were struggling to create any chances of note as the Maddiston defence stood firm, which allowed them to go into half time in the final with a deserved two goal cushion.