TRACEY Farmeary was named Player of the Tournament at the York John Smith's Ladies League's finals night after winning the individual and captain/vice-captain's trophies.

The Tramways A skipper defeated her Fulfordgate counterpart Michelle Britton 2-0 to claim the singles title.

In a tight first leg, Farmeary just missed a 98 checkout to leave herself on double eight and, after Britton fluffed her chance, the Tramways ace forged in front.

Farmeary went on to hit 121 and 100 in the second leg and closed on 20, double 16 to secure victory in 20 darts.

Britton had the consolation of winning the pairs title with Dawn Exton against Burnholme's Marj Pearson and Caroline Whittaker.

The Holme duo failed to finish on 78 in the first leg, allowing Britton to snip in with a 68 checkout.

After both sides then traded tons, Britton again made the decisive visit to the oche, throwing double 16 for the championship.

Pearson and Whittaker were joined by Lynne Wilstrop in the triples where they faced club colleagues Sarah Jackson, Sharon Neads and Jane Dobson.

The latter trio edged in front with Jackson throwing a timely 121 and cheking out on double eight after the opposition had missed an opportunity to close out the leg.

Two tons of Neads then paved the way for Jackson to throw three, double eight to decide the contest.

In the captain/vice captain's trophy final, Britton and Exton met Farmeary and Bev Harton.

The two singles finalists traded tons early on, before Britton clinched the first leg with a fine 72 finish.

Farmeary responded with a 135 and two 100 throws and closed the leg after Harton had failed to checkout on 80.

In the decider, Britton contributed a 121, but missed chances bedevilled both teams before Farmeary hit double 3.

The busy Britton also competed for drawn pairs success, partnering Burton Stone's Sandra Pallister in the final against Ox’s Toni Smallwood and Michelle Kelly, of Severus.

After Britton and Pallister won the first leg, Smallwood levelled the scores with an excellent 141 followed by double 17 on her next visit.

Tons from Britton and Smallwood followed before Pallister was unlucky not to check out 70.

Smallwood held her nerve, though, to see out the game with double nine.

Golden Slipper's Jody Hancock, meanwhile, was presented with the most improved player award after reaching the individual semi-finals in only her second season competing in the league.