Singer AFC twice came from behind to lift their first ever trophy beating Central AFC 5-3 in the GCFA Challenge Cup Final last month.
It was a top of the table clash as first played second, with both sides cancelling each other out in the early stages.
Central forced the first goal of the game with a terrific header at the near post, but Singer replied shortly after when a clearance found Ross Hutchison – who scored his 51st goal of season.
However, Central had different plans and replied straight from kick off to make it 2-1. Craig McCutheon’s free kick swerved past the goalkeeper to pull Singer level just before half time.
Singer came flying out the traps and went went in front straight from kick off. Yet again, Ross Hutchison was on target as he scored his 52nd goal of the season to put Singer back in front.
Central then forced an error from young defender David Black who conceded a penalty kick. The resulting spot kick was converted as Central brought it level at 3-3.
Singer took control of the game with a fluid passing game, with Christopher Barclay sneaking through to push Singer further ahead.
Then, a mix up at the near post allowed Daniel Toye McManus to nip in before the goalkeeper to extend their lead to 5-3 and see out the remainder of the game.