University of Strathclyde's first team wrapped up the title in the best fashion beating second placed Glasgow Caledonian 4-0 at their home park at Stepps playing fields.
An early goal gave Strathclyde huge confidence and from there on they just go better and better, you could tell this was a team on for and they celebrated like true champions at the end of the game.
The soon to be league winners came out the traps flying opening the scoring within the first ten minutes when a great mazey run fro Brandon Longcake resulted in the big forward firing a shot past the keeper from the edge of the box.
Caledonian started to let some refereeing descions get to them and failed to concentrate on getting level. The game was halted for a few stoppages of time as the match official had to have words with a few of the away players and even had to end up booking one.
The visitors still tried to attack despite seeming to lose a bit of discipline, they created half chances here and there but it all came to nothing.
Caley's failure to draw level cost them as just before the half ended Strathclyde doubled their lead going in to the break. Some great work down the right ended up in a great cross going in and Blair Shearer catching his attempt on the half volley to direct it towards goal and beyond the goalkeeper.