OTLEY regained top spot in a seesaw Aire Wharfe Division One title battle thanks to taking full bonus points from their win at Beckwithshaw.

Stephen Brown was their hero, taking 5-35 before hitting an unbeaten 59 as his side quickly chased down 132. Beckwithshaw’s defeat means they are relegated 12 months after winning their second successive title.

Second-placed Burley dropped four batting points in beating Adel and they were indebted to Sam Fox for their victory. He hit 40 in their 148, before taking 5-24 as Adel crashed out for 109.

Guiseley won at Horsforth but were relegated as other results went against them. Matthew Wainwright struck 52 not out in Horsforth's 210-9 but Guiseley passed that comfortably, as Damon Reeve top scored with 40no.

Their relegation was confirmed though after Pool ensured safety with victory over Rawdon. James Rosewarne (4-57) restricted Rawdon to 187 before hitting 33 in his side's four-wicket win.

Will Lennard (6-28) helped dismiss Bilton for 168 but with Tuseif Arshad taking 8-33, Ilkley came up 36 runs short.

Collingham beat Leeds Modernians to take the Division Two title but second place is still up for grabs. Addingham currently sit there after thrashing rivals Hall Park.

Ricky Palacio scored 80 in Addingham’s 226-8 and with Alex Hentschke picking up 6-35, the Park batting never looked threatening, apart from Steve Phillips (62).

Long-time leaders Tong Park Esholt were well below par, losing heavily at Ben Rhydding, who set a target of 269-4 thanks Henry Barrow (103no) and Sam Housam (83).

Barrow then dominated with the ball, taking 5-46 as only Mahir Ali (64no) offered any resistance.

Saltaire’s promotion hopes were dashed when Johnny Hudson (6-47) ripped them out for 128 to clinch a victory that raises Calverley’s hopes of escaping the drop.

Jhanzaib Sulari was Saltaire’s only in-form player, following up a three-wicket haul with a half-century.

Aatif Modak took 5-66 as Olicanian set 221 but with Ed Broadley (5-15) and Sajjad Ijaz (5-33) flying, Steeton crashed out for 52, leaving them in relegation trouble.

Bardsey won their Division Three title battle against Green Lane. Azhar Mahmood and Neil Britton each picked up four wickets but Eddie Clayton hit 107no to help Bardsey to 177. With Sameer Manjrekar taking 6-51, Lane stumbled to just 109.

That allowed New Rover, victors over Old Leodiensians, to reclaim second spot. Elsewhere, Harden lost ground, crashing to a shock home defeat against Alwoodley.

Harden posted 154 but despite Matthew Hogg's 4-46, the visitors still had three wickets remaining as they won to clinch safety.

Bolton Villas can still go up after beating Menston. Joe Lawrence hit 54 as Villas battled Nadeem Hanif (5-65) to reach 214. Menston's Anas Imitaz thrashed an explosive 77 in reply but his side were routed for just 120.

Ben Holderness (4-58) and Gary Owens (3-23) starred as Skipton beat Shadwell by 25 runs, while Shane Marshall (5-24) and Muhammed Shoaib (4-21) skittled out St Chads for 56 in reply to Thackley’s 126.