KING William continued their winning streak in the White Rose Ladies' Darts League with a 5-2 victory at Clarence.

Carol Atkinson (2x100, 121) played great darts for the visitors as King William built a 3-1 lead.

Clarence's Carol Sykes Walker won her singles game but Atkinson and Amanda Liddle sealed victory for King William.

Holgate claimed a 4-3 home win against the Ebor. The visitors were one game up going into the singles, of which Holgate won three.

New York lost 4-3 to Indoor Bowls despite claiming the first two games. Indoor Bowls pulled one back before Elaine Bell, Glennis Elliss and Elsie Blackburn all won their singles games.

New Earswick claimed a 4-3 home win against Burton Stone. Janet Curry, Janice Turton and Ann Ella got the ball rolling.

In the York John Smith’s Ladies League, Acomb Conservative Club raced into a four-leg lead over visitors Severus ‘B’ on their way to a 6-3 home win in division one.

Tracey Farmeary, daughters Lauren and Natalie Bosworth and Gina Whittaker got them off the mark and Tina Platt joined with Bev Harton to seal match points after Michelle Kelly and Sharon Mountain had replied.

Sharon Neads' 26-dart game gave Burnholme the ideal start at Fulfordgate but Jill Reed, Di Moreland and Michelle Britton replied to send Gate on their way to a 6-3 win.

Lynne Willstop and Sarah Jackson levelled for Burnholme before Gate enjoyed a clean sweep in the pairs.

Slipper won by the same 6-3 margin at home to Edinburgh. Sue Tate, Jody Hancock, Vicky Sellers and Doreen Johnstone opened the scoring and Anita Adams later sealed victory with Johnstone in the pairs.

Leeman ‘B’ had victory against Marcia sewn up in the singles thanks to Brenda Dawe, Heather Bulmer, Sal Richardson, Maggie Bedingham and Julie Oliver.

Division two frontrunners Clockhouse had to fight for their 5-4 home win over Leeman 'A', as Lauren Tattersfield, Sarah Rankeillor and Rose Gray cancelled out Denise Pittock's opener for the visitors.

Rankeillor was joined by daughter Ellie to snatch victory in the pairs.

Severus ‘A’ lost 7-2 at home to Tramways, who had Flossy Crampton, Nella Majsterek, Georgina Clayton and Karen Alton on target before a clean sweep in the pairs.

Vicky McClaren won the first game for Saddle at Clifton, but the hosts' response was quick with Alice and Linda Turgoose, Sarah Evans and Freda Harman successful. Evans and Turgoose secured the points in the pairs.

Puss N Boots defeated Priory 6-3.

The league's drawn pairs competition takes place at Tramways tonight, starting at 8.15pm.