KING William maintained their strong start to the York White Rose Ladies' Darts League with a 6-1 home win over Acomb Sports.

Rose Hattee, Fran Hunt, June Harkus, Teresa Walker, Carol Atkinson and Amanda Liddle were all on target to give King William and dominant victory, with Barbara O'Donnell the only winner for Acomb.

White Horse claimed a 5-2 win at New York, taking a clean sweep in the singles through Leanne Anderson, Annemarie Black, Joan Cuss (108) and Vicky Finney.

New Earswick Bowls won 5-2 at Indoor Bowls after taking a five-game lead before Elaine Bell and Monika Geller took the last two games.

Holgate claimed a 5-2 victory at Burton Stone Club with high scores coming from Angie Hurst (108), Val McKenzie (100) and Liza Moore (100).

Clarence won 5-2 at Ebor, taking the first game before the hosts pulled two back, but Kathy Horner, Carol Sykes Walker, Anita Redpath and Jayne Cain gave the visitors a comfortable win.

In the York John Smith's Ladies' League first division, Acomb Conservative Club's mother and daughter Tracey and Lauren Farmeary were on target in the pairs to wrap up a 6-3 win over visitors Marcia.

Landlady Linda Penrose closed on 77 after colleague Ellen Platt won the opening match but Natalie Bosworth, Gina Whittaker, Tina Platt and Farmeary got Acomb back on track.

Leeman 'B' took the lead in their 6-3 home defeat to Fulfordgate through Sal Richardson but Michelle Briton (120, 2x100) and Di Moreland replied to get Gate off the mark. Dawn Exton joined with Moreland to secure the match.

Edinburgh and Severus ‘B’ were tied at three apiece before Sev pairings Joyce Kane/Sue Gillon and Michelle Kelly/Sharron Mountain secured the 5-4 win.

Marj Pearson and Jean West gave Burnholme what looked like a good start at Slipper, but Ann Parkyn, Anita Adama, Doreen Johnston and Jody Hancock hit back before Johnston combined with Vicky Sellers to snatch a 5-4 victory.

Division two leaders Clockhouse beat visitors Tramways 7-2.

Ellie and mother Sarah Rankeillor, Rose Gray and Zoey Chadwick got the hosts off the mark before Becky Thompson and Flossy Crampton narrowed the gap but a clean sweep in the pairs gave House a fine win.

Saddle snatched 5-4 home victory over Leeman 'A' through final pairing Chris Patterson and Sharon Nelson while Alice Turgoose starred for Clifton who lost 6-3 to visitors Puss 'N' Boots.

Despite being a player short, Priory gave Severus ‘A’ a hard game, with Sev just winning 5-4.