Musselburgh Windsor under-18s are hailing even more cup success after they claimed the Scottish Youth Challenge Cup in a nailbiting extra time finish over Drumchapel United.

The girls had reached the final after a thumping 6-2 victory Dumbarton United at Oriam and were looking to add to their trophy cabinet with another positive result at Ochilview.

The match started frantically with both teams on the scoresheet in the first 13 minutes.

Windsor opened the scoring with 11 minutes on the clock, some clever footwork allowed Skye Feeley to break free and drive a low shot into the corner.

Drumchapel fought back immediately though, Cara Anderson getting her head onto a neat cross to level the scores at 1-1.

With about 20 minutes played Windsor had a golden opportunity to take the lead as Emma Hume broke through one on one, but Drumchapel keeper Rachel Irvine was on task to keep her at bay.

The frantic start soon dissipated and both sides began to cancel each other out with chances coming few and far between in the lead up to the break.

The second half began in much the same fashion with both sides defending smartly to deny goalscoring opportunities.

However, on the 66th minute mark, Drumchapel took the lead after a swift counter-attack was finished off by Anderson to complete her brace.

The neat ball over the top allowing her to beat the offside trap and leave Windsor keeper Rachel Fleming helpless to stop the finish.

Musselburgh pegged the Glasgow side back immediately though, Feeley at the double as she shook off the defender before powering a long range effort past Irvine.

The match returned to its frantic beginning with both teams upping the tempo.

Windsor would come closest as the post denied them with about ten minutes to play, but at the end of the 90 the scores remained level and extra time loomed.

In the extra period fatigue set in and mistakes began to creep in as both sides looked for a winner.

Musselburgh blinked first as Mia Brotherston received red on the stroke of the half for kicking a ball at an opponent. A harsh call but Drumchapel were unable to press the numerical advantage.

Hume would secure the victory with seven minutes left to play.

She held up the ball smartly before beating two defenders and looping a shot home to claim cup a 3-2 victory.

The result secures a treble for Windsor having already claimed the league cup and league title this season.

The club said on Twitter: "Well done to our under 18 girls team winning the Scottish Women's Football Challenge Cup today.

"Was an amazing effort from all the girls.

"Think the adrenaline kept them going and great for the girls to get the final piece of silverware, making a treble."