After a cagey first half, Pitfour were nearly ahead in the first minute of the second half. Alcorn latched onto a loose ball, but his effort was cleared by Ben Easton.
The resulting corner was helped back into the box by Ross Cameron and Kai Finnie looped a header over Martin into the net.
Things got better for Pitfour moments later when Clos raced down the right and cut the ball back for Alcorn, who fired a low shot under Martin.
After a lacklustre first half, the game had burst into life in the second half. Kelly-Barton pulled off a fingertip save to keep out CJ Thompson’s free kick. The resulting corner eventually fell back to Jack Reid, whose cross sailed into the back of the net. Whether it was intentional from the Blue Brazil man only he knows, but he handed his side a precious lifeline.
Kelly-Barton was quick off his line to deny Euan Stewart and the ball broke the way of Lee McGill, who lifted the ball over the bar.
Pitfour broke from a corner and after clever play from Alcorn, Clos fired wide. The effects of the long season were beginning to take their toll on both sides as numerous players started going down with cramp.
Alcorn had the chance to settle the tie 13 minutes from time but lifted his shot over the bar. In injury time, Blue Brazil won a free kick 20 yards from goal. Thompson had the responsibility, but saw his effort deflected behind.
Given they had just one day between cup finals, this was a strong showing from Blue Brazil who gave their all but just came up short. They matched Pitfour for the majority of the match but were punished in the first five minutes of the second half. Despite that, this result doesn’t detract from what has been an excellent season from them.
As for Pitfour, this was a case of third time lucky for them after two domestic cup final defeats. There was nothing between the teams, but they took their chances when they arrived and ensured that they finished the season on a high.
It was no surprise that their winning goal was scored by Ally Alcorn, who broke the club’s goal scoring record that stood since 1965. To try and add context to his 74-goal haul, only four clubs in the G Taylor League scored more goals than he did this season.