MIGHTY Masons A are the 2017/18 Denbigh and District Winter Darts League champions.

They last week bagged a 12th consecutive win of the season to wrap up the A League championship.

The Masons men have been in perfect form and they secured the title with two games to spare.

Sealing the deal was an 8-0 demolition of Golden Lion C, for the loss of just one leg on the night.

A 180 from John Jones capped things for the victorious side.

The champions-elect have been in inspired form from the first dart of the season, with PDC man Mark Webster spearheading their team, along with Denbigh darts form man Dave Davies. County skipper Steve Gierke has added his experience, while Glyn Lloyd and Rob Jones have also shown fine form on the oche.

Loyal servants John Jones, Adie Thomas, Shane Evans and Roger Jones have aided the cause as Masons A have conquered all before them over recent months.

Meanwhile, the battle to finish as runners-up is still a tight affair after last week's results.

The Hope & Anchor lost points on the back of their 4-4 draw against Wings A.

Wingman Deian Roberts grabbed a 180 with the first throw of his match.

Golden Lion A moved joint second with the Hope after they got past Railway A 5-3.

Dave 'Daidoes' Davies checked out a nice 108 finish in his match-up.

Masons B grabbed a 5-3 win at the Kinmel Arms, which confirmed the Llandyrnog side's relegation alongside Golden Lion C.

Elsewhere, the B-League championship is still very much in the balance.

The Hand Inn won 6-2 in their clash versus Wings B, with Wingman Mike Wills taking out a 100 finish.

The Plough stay joint top with the Hand after they triumphed 6-2 against White Lion B.

White Lion A defeated Railway B 6-2 to complete the Week's Denbigh darting action.

The Masons' men's Superleague side is in buoyant mood after two much needed wins.

It's been a difficult season so far for the Denbigh unit, but two wins in February lifted their spirits.

They travelled to The Melrose of Shotton and reeled off a 6-2 success and the Masons then followed this up with a great 5-3 home win over The Blossoms of Bagillt.

Peter Sim-Mutch grabbed his fifth man of the match accolade of the season with a 24.56 one-dart showing.