TRAMWAYS 'A' have been crowned York John Smith's Ladies' Darts League champions after Tracey Farmeary's 21-dart leg inspired them to a resounding 7-2 home win over division one rivals Edinburgh.

Anthea Jamieson stopped the rot for the visitors but Bev Harton, Natalie Bostock, Lauren Farmeary and Jayne Janes sealed victory.

Burnholme saw off close rivals Fulfordgate in the race for second place by the same 7-2 scoreline despite Michelle Britton's three tons.

Marj Pearson, Sharon Neads, Jo West, Sarah Jackson and Lynne Willstrop secured match points to overtake their rivals for honours.

Severus ‘B’ also took home a 7-2 win from Priory thanks to a clean sweep in the pairs, with Sharon Mountain and Wendy Storr top-scorers.

Marcia’s Barbara Russell won a lone-handed pairs at Severus ‘A’ after the teams had finished the singles all square before colleagues Faye Hawksby and Joan Hunter secured 5-4 victory.

Tramways ‘B’ secured the division two title after coming away from Clifton with a 5-4 win. They were made to fight for the points, though, by their hosts who were a player short.

Karen Alton had given the champions a good start but sisters Cris and Linda Turgoose hit back alongside Freda Harman.

Linda Staveley and Georgina Clayton sent the teams level into the pairs where parity was maintained with Alice and Linda Turgoose cancelling out Flossy Crampton and Becky Thompson's game to set up a decider which was claimed by Clayton and Wendy Sullivan.

Second-placed Slipper left it late as only a final game win from Anita Adams and Sue Tate gave them match points in a 5-4 success at Leeman ‘B’.

Clockhouse had Zoey Chadwick, Rose Gray, Lauren Tattersfield, Ellie Rankeillor and Lisa Benton securing their 6-3 win at Burton Stone, whose Sheila Harrison broke their duck.

Clockhouse finished the day in third after some bad results in the second half of the season.

Dawn Clarke and Charlotte Witts won the opening games for Leeman ‘A’ on their way to a close 5-4 loss at Puss n Boots, who hit back through Gemma Coulson, Kirsty Limbert and Gemma Fletcher's two tons.

Visiting captain Debbie Witts levelled before Limbert and Gemma Collins made it 4-3. Jackie Gray and Denise Pittock then won to set up a decider which saw Fletcher and Sandra Flintoft snatch victory.

The league's semi-finals night is at Tramways tonight, starting at 8.15pm. Finals night is next Tuesday, starting at 8pm.