Ferryhill kept their 100% record intact with a crushing win over a depleted Glentanar side who had 6 players unavailable.
Glentanar had a positive start to the game before Ferryhill opened the scoring on 8 minutes, Curtis Kane knocking a great ball into ex Glens player Daniel Brownie whose effort found the bottom left hand corner.
The same players connected for the 2nd goal and this time it was Kane getting on the scoresheet, 12 minutes gone and it was 3-0, the visitors failed to clear the danger and Stuart Gray put the ball into an empty net.
Ferryhill kept the good style on and made it 4-0 in the 19th minute, a through ball from Josh Murray found Brownie who slid the ball under the keeper. Brownie then got his 3rd goal of the game in the 26th minute with a glancing header before Keith Duncanson got in on the act with a 6th.
Glentanar got a consolation on the stroke of half time, a throw in by David Russell found Dean Marnoch who produced a superb back flick over Richard Higgins.
However this wasn't going to rollover the hosts and Brownie and Kane weren't stopping as they hit the remaining goals to help Ferryhill on their way to the title, Kane scoring the 7th, 9th, and final goal, with Brownie getting the 8th and 10th.
Curtis Kane has this season scored an impressive 42 goals in 18 matches with 2 games to spare which is an incredible achievement, even if it's at B league level and Kane could easily go onto better things in the future.