Currie Star Colts were taken all the way by Edinburgh City in the Pilmar Smith Cup on a cold night at Saughton enclosure with Currie Star Colts coming out on top 3-1 after a penalty shoot out after the game finish 1-1 after aet.
The first chance of the game came Currie Star Colts way two minutes into the half when Cengiz should have put his team in front but headed wide. A minute later Currie Star Colts did hit the front when Jamie Slawson put the ball past Ben Methven in the Edinburgh City goal from eight yards out.
Edinburgh City came close through Alexander Thomson but his delightful lob over Treschman in the Currie Star Colts goal just went wide of the far post and then Niven had a good chance to level but like his team mate previous he put his effort wide. Brandon McCutcheon then saw his 20 yard effort sneak past Curries left hand post.
Thomson was next to create for Edinburgh City when he played a ball through for Craig Liddle but there was just to much on it which allowed Treschman time to come out and collect.
A penalty claim for Edinburgh City was turned down by referee Brian Wilson after Thomson drove into the box from the right and went down after a challenge from Cameron Lawrie on 29 minutes.
Curries Luis Paul Wood thought he was away after he latched onto a through ball but Edinburgh City's Callum Scott and Anthony White combined to stop his progress towards goal.
At the other end of the field Stuart Angus McKenzie produced a great tackle to halt Callum Jardine on the edge of Currie's 18 yard box. McCutcheon then finished off the first half with a 25 yard drive but it did not trouble Treschman in the Currie goal.