Coffeehouse emphatically stormed to title glory after leading for the majority of the season.
They finished 11 points clear as they now plan for Liverpool Business Houses Championship football.
Their one defeat came to the hands of Taxi Club but they stood firm to win their remaining fixtures with two walkovers.
As a result, they never got to celebrate properly with the trophy but didn’t let it dampen their spirits.
Finishing the campaign as top scorers and the best club defensively scoring 96 and conceding 16. They will be a force to be reckoned with as they will look to continue their free-scoring exploits next season.
Manager James Browne told Off the Park: “Yes, I’m absolutely over the moon with the boys this season couldn’t have asked for more from them. They worked hard all I’m really do deserve all the praise they’ve had. I’m just really proud of the lads and what they’ve done in their first season.
“We had a really competitive pre-season played against some really solid sides. I think we kind of found some good form coming towards the end of pre-season and the start of the season.
“So we timed it well and the boys came out the traps flying. I think it was 19 wins on the spin, we all suffered from it but the winter lockdown killed our momentum in the end. It was a great run and ultimately that run won us the league.
“I think how well we played, how fit we were and how well we were putting the games away early in games defined our season.”