Is this the first leg of a treble

The Cutting Edge Engravers Champions Cup Final had a first. Both Dinamo Paisley and Drumchapel United had both clubs aiming for an unheard of treble. Champions Cup, Strathclyde Cup and Premier League so one dream would be ended at the Final at New Douglas Park Hamilton.
So to the game..the first talking point came in the seventh minute when Jordan Penny of Drum recieved a red card for serious foul play…what a way to start.
Adam Calder surprisingly opened the scoring in the 42nd minute given that Dinamo had the man advantage and that was the ht scoreline.
Into the second half and Dinamo kept pushing to get back into the game and skipper Chrissy Martin levelled things up on 66 mins. The remaining 24 mins wher very hard fought but we went to extra time.
Goalless in the first 15 the stage was set for a hero to step forward.
Now odds would have been good on the winner as Ian Paterson, fresh from his recent Scotland appearance in Dublin stood up with a brace to secure the cup for Drumchapel United.
The presentation saw James McCLuskey of Drum recieve the Saltire Digital player of the match award.
Massive thanks to Cutting Edge for their sponsorship, Saltire Digital for the pom award and Stuart MacKenzie of Kelvin Smith for the supply of matchballs