AT THE end of the day, a single goal seperated winners from losers in the Henson Scottish Cup final.
The solitary, first-half goal from Danica Dalziel allowed Glasgow City to get their hands on the trophy while Forfar Farmington had to settle for the runners-up medals.
It rounds off a perfect season for City as this win gives them the domestic treble.
The last time City achieved such a feat was back in 2009.
City went into the match as strong favourites, and didn’t disappoint.
Commenting on the win and treble a proud head coach, Eddie Wolecki Black, said: “I am delighted we have managed to achieve the treble.
Annd to win every domestic game this season means this squad will be remembered as the 100% team.
“As long as the game stayed at 1-0, there was always the possibility that an error would allow Forfar back into the match.
“Credit to Forfar, they came with a game plan which was to flood the midfield and it was always a gamble to play with a back three against us.
“I think towards the end of the match we looked a tired team and the efforts of a long, hard season were beginning to tell.
“In saying that, we controlled the match and created numerous chances which, if it wasn’t for some expert goalkeeping, on another day, we could have finished with a far more comfortable scoreline.”