A FABULOUS finals evening has brought the curtain down on the Denbigh and District Darts League's winter season.

The Cons Club was the venue for the occasion, with Masons A cleaning up in the team events and a new rising star claiming the individual A-League trophy.

Fresh from their last gasp A-League title win, Masons A added the memorial four-a-side trophy the following week after their 4-0 win over Wings A.

They then proceeded to claim the nine-a-side title on the finals evening via a 5-1 verdict over Wings A, with Dave Davies hitting the winning double.

This gave Masons A a hat-trick of team honours to replicate their feat from last winter.

The finals night started with the B-League nine-a-side final and Karen Coates' Golden Lion C side took the trophy with a 5-3 victory over the Llindir Inn.

Talented 15-year-old Bradley Roberts supplied the winning double.

Dave Davies and Claire Davies were crowned mixed doubles champions with a 2-0 win over Dilwyn and Sarah Martin.

Claire Davies pocketed her third title of the evening in the next event when she partnered Karen Coates to ladies' doubles glory.

They edged to a 2-1 victory over Hand Inn duo Kirsty Littler and Nia Wooley to retain their title.

Dylan Anderson and Pryderi Rowlands arguably produced the best arrows of the night as they scooped the men's doubles accolade.

The Corwen-based double act defeated Wings A teammates Huw Watson and Kev Roberts 2-0, posting an impressive 71.24 three-dart average, which included a 180, a 120 outshot and a 15-dart leg.

Hand Inn A player Jill Williams collected her 10th ladies' title in the summer and winter campaigns as she got past Cynthia Webster 2-0, Hand Inn landlord Steve Wynne was crowned the men's B individual champion in a slugfest 3-2 victory over Mike Wills (Wings B).

The men's A individual final saw the multiple title winner Dilwyn Martin take on Corwen youngster Dylan Anderson.

In a high-scoring and competitive final, it was Anderson who took his first Denbigh singles title.

He took advantage of missed doubles from Martin to record a 3-0 victory.

Anderson completed victory with a brilliant 124 finish on the bullseye.

Both players posted decent averages to complete the evening, with Anderson hitting a 67.34 three-dart average and Martin compiled 70.20 despite his loss.