HALFWAY Aces have reached their destination in Barbara Rawlinson Memorial League with time to spare.
With a game still to play, the Halton Road team have already guaranteed themselves titles in the two Section One competitions from War Memorial.
Aces had 5-2, 5-0 victories over New Pavilions with Carol Grogan's 125 setting the tone while Ros Davies, Kath Conway and Sandra Reynolds scored a ton a piece.
War Memorial enjoyed 4-3, 4-1 wins against Navvy R Us, despite big scores from Mandi Bibby (125) and Genna Murphy (100).
Warmy's star throwers were Karen Davies (two 100s), Linda Greenwood (140), Kath Vaughan (100) and Yvonne Cassidy (100).
Pavilions Wanderers (Ann White 100 and 111) triumphed 4-2 in the league only for Raven to take 4-1 revenge in the Challenge.
Halton RBL had odd-game wins over Flights 4-3, 3-2 with Rita Swindells hitting 105 and 114 and Julie Mumford 100.
Flights battled hard with Andrea Kinsey (162), Doreen Stooks (100) and Sherri Walker (119) keeping them in the hunt.
Burma triumphed in the top-of-the-table Section Two clash against Barge 4-3, 3-2.
Pavilions beat Welly (Kirsty Pugh 100) but the latter team responded with a 4-1 Challenge victory while Fe-Lions defeated Ex-Pat's 4-3, 3-2.
Pat's Angels saw off Croft All Stars, who were two players short, 5-2, 4-1 with Doreen Windsor scoring a ton.
* Runcorn's Ian White was Cheshire Darts Organisation's A team man-of-the-match with a 29.84-per-dart average as a 3-2 winner in their season's opener.
The newly-promoted but depleted county side were beaten 24-12 by reigning Premier Division champions Lancashire at Morecambe.
White helped the men's A side draw 6-6 on Sunday with Mal Barrow (Robin Hood, Helsby) losing 3-2 after averaging 22.32 but the women's A team lost 4-2.
Saturday saw B team defeats for the women (4-2) and the men (10-2).
Kath Conway (17.75) from Runcorn's Halfway lost 3-2 to the Lancashire ladies' captain Maria Ronson.
Stuart Bousfield (Halfway) was defeated 3-2 on debut although his 27.54 average was bettered only by B team man-of-the-match Steve Coote (28.02).
Robin Hood colleagues Jed Harris (23.30) and Ian Goulding (20.92) were beaten 3-1 and 3-2 respectively with Goulding hitting a maximum.
* Halfway Ladies opened their Cheshire Super League campaign with a 4-3 win at Denton - victories coming from Cally Thomas (3-1, average 15.98), Freda Perry (3-0, 14.59); Ros Davies (3-0, 18.11) and Kath Conway (3-0, 16.52).
There were defeats for Carol Grogan (0-3, 14.51), Janet Costes (1-3, 15.75) and Hilda Brownrigg (1-3, 17.33).