Frames were crowned I Zingari Division winners after racing to the summit.
They earned their crown in emphatic fashion amassing exactly 100 goals with their 11-1 win in their final match.
Attackers across the division struggled to break through the resolute Frames backline with the champions shipping just 25 goals, boasting the best defence in the league.
Naylorsfield came closest but still fell nine points short.
With 20 wins and just two defeats – to Naylorsfield and Mersey Harps – they romped to the title in one of Liverpool’s oldest competitions.
Frames manager Peter told Off the Park: “We done well, that was the aim at the start of the season, so I’m proud of the lads.
“It was as good as it could’ve been everything went for us.
“The season couldn’t of went any better really. Credit to all of the lads, they were brilliant all year but going to be a big step up next season, [one] we’re looking forward to.”
Frame will ply their trade in the county competition next season as they look to move through the Liverpool Premier League divisions.
Their first taste of the counties will be in Division Two, where they will face the newly promoted Marsden as well as Garston who finished third in the league last season.