Trinity start this game just a week after their 3-1 triumph over St Margaret's whereas Calderglen played their semi-final a month ago. The teams on show today have met once before which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Cadlderglen kicked off today's match and it was clear they were up for this game.
They dominated the first five minutes and took the lead on the sixth when a free-kick was delivered in by McLellan which lead to Trinity goalkeeper Farrell making a fabulous double save but unfortunately for him Woodhouse was there to tap in the third attempt.
Calderglen had the chance to extend their lead when a long ball found Inglis who took it down but fired straight at Farrell.
It was then Trinity who started to find there footing in the game after a rough first 15 minutes.
They found an equaliser from striker Lewis Cameron when he curled home from just inside the box.
Minutes later McCaskell nutmegged his opponent on the wing and crossed the ball into the box which got a loud appeal for handball but was turned away from the referee.
The next chance for Calderglen was a goal when McCaskell played a maginficent cross-field pass which found McKenna who took it down and slotted it past helpless Farrell.
At half-time Calderglen deservedly led.