PHOENIX'S Clair Cooper included two tons and shot out on 154 (treble 20, treble 18, double 20) for 21 darts in York John Smith's Ladies League division one.

Sandra Bruce replied in 23 for Independent and at 3-3 Maggie Tottie-Janice Davies edged it. However, Cooper combined with Sandra Winters to set up the decider which was secured by the ever-dependable Carol Perrett-Babs Harrison.

Karen Richardson closed on bullseye for 21 darts and colleague Roz Kerr (23) gave Palace a 4-2 advantage at Cygnet. Wendy Smith hit 100, 100 in the singles for Cygnet and 120, 100 in the pairs with Maggie Druett to make it 4-4 but Carole Layne-Julie Coyle squeezed a victory for Palace.

Tracey Farmeary (140, 125 for 22) and Angie Heilds (100, 100 for 24) set CueBall 'B' rolling to a 7-2 triumph at Flag whose best performer was Louise Hart, while the 'C' side won 5-4 at Leeman 'B' who had a single-handed pairs win from Jean Smallwood.

Jo Hodges (100, 100 for 22) stylishly set Clifton off at Slipper then Hodges-Pat Nelson took it to 4-4 for Lynn Richford- Jan Wilberham to seal it.

In division two, only Cygnet's Rosie Hattee saved Cygnet 'B' from annihilation at Slip and Betty Jameson-Paula Birkitt won the decider for Blacksmith's after Chrissie Noble-Sarah Bell had put Dringhouses on level terms.

Britannia 'A' had Chris Swales shooting out on bull but Severus were already 5-0 up, while Holgate's Chrissy Winspear-Lauren Dowson sealed Holgate's match with Shepherd 'A'.

Shepherd 'B' were the exception in division three. They beat Jubilee 6-3, all other results ending 5-4.

Anne Keswick played well for Vaults at Tang Hall WMC and Sam Lewis-Fran Holmes saw them home. Jackie Read was outstanding for Puss but they fell to a last gasp win from Mitre's Dorothy Barker-Freda Harman.

Britannia's Chris Garbutt-Joan Harrison snatched the decider against Burton WMC and Woolpack won the last three to beat division four rivals Woodman, Julie McKie-Sybil Chilton making it 5-4.

Reindeer were right down but Jo Jackson-Diane Harwood saved face against Old Ebor, who were well served by Kim Simpson.

Updated: 11:24 Tuesday, May 20, 2003