A host of awards were dished to those who excelled during the 2021/22 season from clubs, to goalscorers, referees, volunteers and committee members.
Thornton Cleveleys capped an amazing year by being crowned Club of the Year while Tom Hulme, from Rossendale FC, was named top goalscorer with 36 during the season.
Divisional winners Thornton Cleveleys, Milnthorpe Corinthians, Rossendale, Euxton Villa Reserves and Coppull United Reserves were honoured alongside runners-up, plus the winners of the league's cup competitions - Tempest United, Wyre Villa, Rossendale and Euxton Villa Reserves - collected their trophies.
Fulwood Amateurs were also celebrated for their Lancashire FA Amateur Shield victory over Slyne-with-Hest.
Referees Sam Oldfield and Joe Collier were named Referee of the Year and Young Referee of the Year respectively.
Rossendale took the Fair Play award for the best discipline record while Chris Hysted and Gordon Floyd, from Furness Rovers, were this year's Wilf Carr Loyalty Trophy winners.
Fred Yates received the Special Award for Services to the League while Steve Abbott, from Thornton Cleveleys, picked up the Special Award for Services to a Club.
University of Central Lancashire sports journalism student Theo Hewson-Betts received an ovation for his weekly match reports which have helped enhance the profile of the league during 2021/22.
The new season starts on August 6. Fixtures will be released in mid July.
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