Glasgow City rounded off a great week with a 9-0 win over third-place Spartans at Ainslie Park.
Christie Murray grabbed her first hat-trick since her comeback from injury, and Jo Love also helped herself to a double in the rout.
Second place Hibernian went down 2-1 to Celtic, while Rangers were 3-0 winners over Aberdeen.
Hamilton leapfrogged Forfar with a 2-1 victory, while Falkirk and Hutchison Vale both earned comfortable wins.
The win for Scottish Women's Premier League champions City stretched their lead at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League to 20 points, and comes three days after with a 5-3 aggregate win over Standard Liege.
"I asked the girls for a big performance in the penultimate game of the league season and it is fair to say that they delivered," said a delighted City head coach Eddie Wolecki Black.
"It was especially pleasing seeing the goals shared out again, and I have to say that some of our play was very easy on the eye.
"We managed to utilise the squad and I felt this week that the level of performance was not diminished in any way."
Celtic 2-1 Hibernian
Falkirk Ladies 2-0 Buchan
Forfar Farmington 1-2 Hamilton
Hutchison Vale 7-0 Kilwinning
Rangers 3-0 Aberdeen
Spartans 0-9 Glasgow City