A sensational comeback from Holyrood saw them run out 4-2 winners after extra-time against John Paul Academy to win the Under-15s Glasgow Schools' League Shield.
A brace from John Paul's Cameron Sweeney either side of half-time sandwiched a David Hurrel header. It seemed as though John Paul were going to take the shield after holding out for 67 minutes. However, with just minutes remaining, Hurrel came up trumps again to take the game into extra-time.
Holyrood had an extra gear to go to in the two halves of 10 minutes and it showed in the score-line. Michael Thompkins nodded home superb third, before the scoring was rounded off at the death as an unfortunate mix-up between goalkeeper Patrick Okodien and Robert Donnelly saw the latter poke into his own net.
Holyrood showed serious intent in the first 15 minutes, and will wonder how they never stormed into an early lead.
Guy Bullock sliced an effort wide at the back post, before Hurrel controlled a cross from the left superbly, but could only slide his effort off the post.
The pressure continued as Hurrel drilled an effort wide after being played in by Bullock, as the play was going in one-way traffic.
John Paul got their first shot of the game on 11 minutes when Kyle Bryson nodded into the arms of Gabriel Abercromby.
However, much of the play was going through the impressive Hurrel for Holyrood. He was showing some extremely flashy touches on the ball and clever flicks that deceived the John Paul midfield to start attacks for his side.
Yet, for all of their dominance, Holyrood conceded the opening goal just after the 20-minute mark. Billy Owens sent in a tempting cross to the near post that was headed with great power by Sweeney. Despite several Holyrood defenders being on the line, the power forced the ball in to give John Paul Academy a priceless 1-0 lead.
The goal gave John Paul added impetus in the run up to half-time. Bryson, Sweeney, and Owens all combined beautifully to set up Owens, but the latter just couldn't get a clean effort on goal from inside the box.
Yet it wasn't long before Holywood were battering the door down and trying to get the equaliser before the break.
A corner from the left was flicked wide by Dylan MacDonald, before Hurrel tried another effort from 25 yards that flew over. Holyrood were ending the half strong, but couldn't grab an equaliser before the break.