It was a very equal game to begin with Unity and Blessed Trinity both playing nervously until Unity manged to score half way through the first half. Archie Mcivor managed to get his head onto the ball and direct it into the net from a lovely corner. This gave Unity a lot of confidence and they started to push having numerous attempts stopped by the Blessed Keeper. However, Blessed Trinity started to come back into the game more and a ball over the top wasn’t dealt with properly and Blessed punished Unity to make it 1-1. This gave Blessed Trinity the forward momentum and they dominated the next 15 minutes managing to score again from a ball over the top to end the first half 2-1 in favour of Blessed Trinity.
Both teams came out strong in the second half with Blessed Trinity missing a few good chances to go further ahead. At this point Archie Ludlam-Palmer stepped up his game and started to pull the strings and he hit a bullet of a long range shot which was tipped onto the bar by the Blessed Trinity keeper. You could now see that Unity were starting to get the upper hand once again and it was at this point that Dade Thornton stepped up to put the ball into the back of the net from a cross to make it 2-2. Unity continued to have chances coming close numerous times, until Lennon Hartley stepped up to score from another cross into the box from close in. Unity were now playing with lots of confidence and knocking it around the park with ease. Again Dade Thronton scored an identical goal to his first to surely secure Unity the cup.
However, with 5 minutes remaining Blessed Trinity manged to score a third goal to make it 4-3. This lead to an extremely anxious last few minutes as all of the Unity team defended as a unit, it felt like the longest 5 minutes of football ever and then finally the final whistle blew handing Unity the Victory over Blessed Trinity with the final score being 4-3.