The match finished goalless after 90 minutes.
With both sides having already clinched automatic promotion to the National First Division by virtue of winning their respective groups, the grand finale was always going to be a closely-contested affair and, notwithstanding supreme effort from both teams, neither was able to find a way to break the deadlock.
It took two excellent saves from Goalkeeper and Player-of-the-Tournament, William Mothokoa of Roses United to deny Shaun Daniels and Shamiel Philander in the shootout to ensure the trophy will reside in Bloemfontein for the next 12 months.
Milano, however, can return to Cape Town with their heads held high to plan for life in the NFD next season.
"I cannot properly express how proud I am of my boys," says former Bafana Bafana international John Tlale, who is coach of Roses United. "At the beginning of the season, we drafted a three-year plan for promotion and we have achieved it.
"Credit must go to everyone involved with this club for their unified commitment to reaching our common goal."
V odacom's regional marketing manager, Ishmael Hlomane congratulates the champions, saying: "You have shown yourselves to be worthy winners and we wish you well in your endeavours in the NFD next season."
With the expiry of Vodacom's sponsorship agreement from next season onwards, Safa will be assuming full responsibility of the running of the League.
"As we reach the end of this road, a new path opens up for the future and we would like to wish Safa all the best going forward," Hlomane adds.
Safa president Kirsten Nematandani paid tribute to Vodacom's role in establishing the League as a vital component within the structures of South African football.
"We appreciate the invaluable support and co-operation we have received from Vodacom during their sponsorship of this League. We are confident in our ability to maintain the high standards set over the course of our partnership," Nematandani says.
The two finalists shared the spoils in the individual awards:
1. Player of the Tournament: William Mothokoa (Roses United)
2. Goalkeeper of the Tournament: William Mothokoa (Roses United )
3. Coach of the Tournament: Theo Hempe (Milano United)
4. Top Goal scorer: Yusuf Abrahams (Milano United, 4 goals)