It’s rare for the outcome of an entire league season to be decided on the final day of the season, particularly one stretching out over 32 matches. It’s even more unusual for the outcome of an entire campaign to remain uncertain until almost the final kick, as was the case in this instance.
The question was, where should the trophy go while the outcome was still uncertain? The answer? No-one was quite sure.
And as the clock ticked-down, the solution was no nearer a conclusion, despite Celtic sprinting into a 2-0 lead courtesy of goals from Caitlin Hayes and Natasha Flint.
With Rangers and Glasgow deadlocked at Ibrox, all it would take was a single goal on the south side of the River Clyde for Celtic to be sunk.
It was the fascinating first instalment for a trophy unveiled in March as part of a silverware triumvirate that also included the prize for the winners of the SWPL2 and also the SWPL Sky Sports Cup, which was won by Rangers back in December.