REIGNING champions Masons A have kept hold of top spot in the Denbigh and District Darts League after week 12 of arrows action.

The frontrunners defeated Golden Lion A 6-2 to stay at the summit of the A-League, with a two-point lead over rivals the Wingmen.

A Kelvin Williams 180 helped the Wingmen to defeat Masons B 6-2 and stretch their unbeaten league season to 11 games.

Meanwhile, third-placed Wings A put Kinmel Arms A to the sword with a 7-1 slaying.

In this contest, Pete Martin hit a maximum and a 15-dart leg.

Martin's season has been very stop-start due to work commitments, but the impressive former four-time individual winner has racked up four wins from four matches, winning all eight legs in the process - and five of those legs were impressively under 20 darts.

Wings B have taken back top spot in the second tier.

After a few lean weeks, they produced a 6-2 triumph at basement dwellers Kinmel Arms B.

Golden Lion C dropped to second after they were held 4-4 by third-placed White Lion A.

The B-league title looks to be an interesting affair with only two points separating the top three with four games left.

Clwyd county ace Dave Davies leads the A-league order of merit by a solitary leg from the Golden Lion's Ryan Finch.

Rich Martin is in third place holding a game in hand and impressively he has not dropped a single leg this campaign.

The Plough Inn's Darrell Simpson holds a 13/0 record in the B-league order of merit, but he is closely followed by Gwyn Roberts, Eddie Davies and Rich Crofts.