A dramatic climax to the SYFA West Region Under-17s cup final saw St Peter's take the trophy in a 4-2 penalty-shootout win over Giffnock SC.
The shootout came after the sides couldn't be separated after 90 minutes, with a thrilling 2-2 draw on display for the supporters at Petershill Stadium during the initial 90 minutes.
First-half strikes from Harry Carlin and Chimwemwe Goma had St Peter's in cruise control heading into the break. However, a strike at the start of the second 45 by Fraser Cowan was eventually added to by a dramatic late effort from Cameron Stewart that secured a shootout for Giffnock.
St Peter's looked lively early on, and were trying to take advantage of any opportunities they were getting from the Giffnock back-line. Marcus Holland caught Ben Kilcoyne napping in his own half, and struck a half-volley on goal that forced Luke Paul into a good low stop.
In truth, the opening stages were extremely cagey yet energetic. The biggest source of that energy was coming from Goma, who seemed to have the responsibility of roaming around the pitch to try and make things happen. Several runs by him and Matthew McArthur led to some promising cut-backs, but there were no takers.
Giffnock had their moments down the right hand side, but in truth it was St Peter's who were starting to look in the ascendancy towards the half hour mark. Chances were still rare, but the best one fell to St Peter's right before 30 minutes. Declan Shaw had a pop from 20 yards, and after Paul parried it straight to McSkeane, it looked as though it would be 1-0. However, Paul did well to gather the rebound comfortably.
Yet St Peter's weren't going to have to wait much longer before opening the scoring. They had been looking the likelier side, but a moment of class sealed their advantage. Lewis Logan sent a terrific, curling ball to the front post that was flicked home superbly by Carlin.
With the momentum now with St Peter's, they went and doubled their lead before the break. A simple corner into the Giffnock penalty area was cleared only as far as Goma, who let a howitzer leave the outside of his right boot and curl into the far corner.
Holland's cross just evaded Goma, whilst Lee McTernan was next to pop an effort wide before the break as St Peter's dominated the contest, with McTernan also clipping the post with an effort with the outside of his right boot on half-time.