Edina Hibs 13s came from behind to lift the Ken Ritchie Cup with a 3-1 win over Bonnyrigg Rose Colts at New Dundas Park.
Rose struck first on the home park of their junior outfit in the early stages of the game as Josh Winnik scrambled the ball in at the back post.
As a fairly even first half drew to a close, Edina found an equaliser to blow the final wide open. Daniel Duncan’s free-kick from all of 30 yards flew over goalkeeper Ryan Kay and into net.
Both sides looked dangerous going forward at the start of the second period, although it was Edina who grabbed another to complete the turnaround when Liam Docherty buried a spot-kick.
Bonnyrigg dug deep as they went in search of an equaliser and they almost found one with ten minutes remaining, but Cameron Quinn couldn’t quite turn in Jack Solway’s cross from the right.
Edina made sure of the win in stoppage time with a goal on the break thanks to a calm finish from William Scott.
• Craigroyston BC 13s were crowned Polar Foods Cup winners with a 2-0 victory over North Merchiston at Saughton Enclosure.
Craigie got off to the perfect start with a goal three minutes into the final when Tyler McKinlay’s corner found Josh McEwan in the box to fire in off the upright.
Merchie had a fantastic opportunity to respond shortly after when they were awarded a penalty. Conner Webb sent his effort straight down the middle. but keeper Darren Owen held onto the strike.
Craigroyston got a crucial second goal when Ben Hunter headed in Christopher Bell’s corner at the back post.
Despite Merchie’s pressure in the second half they couldn’t force a way back into the game and the Division 4 league leaders held out for victory.
• Tynecastle Colts 13s cruised to a 6-1 win over North Berwick Colts to lift the Belmont Vauxhall Cup at New Dundas Park.
A Jack Carr hat-trick inside the opening 25 minutes put Tynie in pole position. The winger completed his treble by cutting in from the right before finishing into the far corner past keeper Douglas Stewart.
Dalziel Cron notched a double with Carr providing both assists before the break.
North Berwick were undone once again when Bailey Gardner struck a close range effort to make it 6-0, before Matthew Wilson grabbed a consolation straight from the restart.