MAGNET'S Sandra Bruce and City Supporters captain Tracey Farmeary both fired 22-dart legs in division one of the York John Smith's Ladies Darts League.

Bruce included scores of 140 and 100 to win her leg but, despite wins for team-mates Denise Fowler and Maggie Tottie, they were all square going into the pairs against Burnholme.

Sharon Neads and Claire Murphy nudged the club side in front, but Fowler and Flossy Crampton set up the decider and Sue Tate and Tracey Watkinson sealed a 7-4 win.

Farmeary won the opening leg for her side at Acomb, setting the tone for an 8-3 victory for the leaders.

Bev Harton added to City's tally before Sammy Endersby put Acomb on the board and Kate Rankeillor fired a 140 to level.

Tina Platt and Natalie Farmeary made it 4-2 going into the pairs, where Tracey Farmeary and Jayne Jaynes sealed the win.

Michelle Britton and Muriel Britton hit the tons as Five Lions secured victory in the singles against Edinburgh, who needed two tons from Amanda Bevan to break their duck.

Tramways stayed in front of Five Lions in the battle for the runners-up spot as they won 9-2 at Bootham Conservative Club, whose scorers were Jane Barnes and Jackie Calpin.

Sharon Rishworth and Sue Smith combined in the deciding leg to secure victory for Marcia 'B' against their 'A' team.

Vicky Middleton, Doreen Johnstone, Elaine Metcalfe and Sue Tate shot Slipper into a 4-0 lead against Severus 'A', who narrowed the gap with wins for Mavis Gallimore and Sheila Elliott.

Metcalfe and Ann Parkyn sealed an 8-3 victory for Slipper.

Division two front runners Severus 'B' were tied at 3-3 after the singles against Woolpack, with wins from Michelle Kelly, Ann Meek and Wendy Storr against successes for Pack's Liz Jackson, Doreen England and Sharon Lyons.

Pack then enjoyed a clean sweep of the pairs to win 8-3.

Leeman were 8-3 winners at Jubilee, with Laura Heward involved in two of Jubilee's points.

Marcia Grey won 8-3 at Green Tree led by Rosie Hattee, Emma Barker, Maggie Bedingham and Eileen Haw.

Sandra Pallister hit three ton plus scores to spur her Burton side to a 9-2 triumph at Shoulder.

Ox were gifted a 7-0 win as Turpin were unable to field a side.