Glenburn made the trip to King George Park in Wishaw to play Motherwell in the third round of the Scottish Cup.
Both teams struggled in the early stages to get used to get the conditions, with the wind and rain playing its part to hinder the players, but it didn't take long to liven up.
Alex Stanborough had the first big chance of the match as he was played clean through on goal, with the Motherwell defence nowhere to be seen, but his effort was well saved by the 'keeper.
Only minutes later Glenburn took a deserved lead and it was a fantastic goal to break the deadlock. Ted Munro picked the ball up on the halfway line and he beat three players before cutting inside and finishing really well past the goalkeeper after ten minutes.
It was a fantastic start to the game and Motherwell were playing their part as they looked for an equaliser but it was Glenburn who doubled their lead only minutes after scoring their first.
Mathew Alexander's corner picked out Jack Morrison perfectly and his header floated into the opposite corner with the goalkeeper scrambling to give the away side an early two goal advantage.
Glenburn were the better side and they were continuing to create the better chances, winning consecutive corners and coming close to adding to their tally but Motherwell were still battling to get back into the game.
Cameron Jess had another good chance for the team from Prestwick but his strike from a tight angle was well saved.
Motherwell had an impressive spell of pressure on the Glenburn goal towards the end of the first half, but they couldn’t quite pull a goal back before halftime.