RAILWAY A have been considered also rans during recent years in the top tier of Denbigh darts.

However, in week one of the Denbigh and District Summer League arrows action, they showed their signal of intent.

Having acquired the darting services of Dave Davies and Nick Hailes to add to there promising squad, they recorded a brilliant 6-2 victory over the reigning champions the Wingmen.

While the Wingmen have ruled the last two summer campaigns, they were no match for the Railway's polished performance, with former Wingman Nick Hailes adding salt to the wound when he took out the all-important match-winning double.

Masons B started their campaign with a 5-3 victory over newly promoted Wings B.

Captain Paul Jones dispatched a 128 finish and vice-captain Bryan Lewis hit a 180.

Winter champions Masons A recorded a 6-2 win over Kinmel Arms A.

One of the favourites for the league are Wings A, but they were surprisingly held to a 4-4 draw by Jamie Edwards' Golden Lion A side.

The B-League comprises of 10 teams and it is two weeks into its season.

White Lion A sit at the top and they grabbed a second successive victory with a 5-3 result over the Llindir Inn.

White Lion B followed suit via a 5-3 verdict over Railway B, with Nev Hughes hitting a maximum.

A John Harrington 180 helped Golden Lion B grab a first victory of the campaign and a 5-3 result over Cons A.

It was not a good week for the Cons sides, as the A team were crushed 6-2 by Golden Lion C to conclude the action.