UNBEATEN Otley are cruising at the top of the Aire-Wharfe League's First Division after routing North Leeds by nine wickets on Saturday.

Otley captain James Davies did the damage with both bat and ball to lead the visitors to victory.

Put into bat, North Leeds were skittled out for 66 in 30 overs, as their batsmen could gain no traction against an effective Otley bowling attack.

Davies reeled off six maidens in taking 4-14 in 12 overs. Fellow Otley bowler Nathan Goldthorp was also stingy with the ball, taking 4-8 in six overs, which included three maidens.

Otley knocked off the runs in 12.4 overs, scoring 67-1 as Davies top-scored with 36no.

Ilkley remain in second place above Follifoot after beating Bilton by five wickets.

Ilkley won the toss and elected to field as Ryan Bradshaw scored 70 to lead Bilton to 183-9, as six Ilkley bowlers shared the wickets.

Nick Cockroft (65no) and Robert Spivey (40no) guided Ilkley to victory with a total of 185-5.

Addingham posted the highest First Division score of the day when they crushed Adel by 220 runs.

Four Addingam batsmen - Richard Atkins (78), Ted Haggas (71no), Ricky Palacio (54) and John Johnson (53) - scored half centuries to lead the home side to 310-6.

Adel could only manage 110 all out in reply, as Edward (4-23) and Atkins (3-35) were in the wickets for Addingham.

A balanced batting attack led Horsforth to a 54-run victory at Pool.

Seven batsmen scored in double figures as Horsforth posted a total of 188-8, as David Amos (4-23) and Josh (4-42) were in the wickets for Pool.

Pool were then bowled out for 134, as Horsforth opening bowler Alex Myers did most of the damage, taking 5-41.

Burley cantered to an eight-wicket victory at Rawdon, as Burley's opening bowling attack of Nicholas Brook (3-15) and Sam Fox (3-18) proved too much for Rawdon, who scored 93 all out.

In reply, Burley were led by Jason Wright, who hit a captain's innings of 63no, guiding the visitors to 97-2 in just 15.2 overs. Wright's faced just 35 balls and hit seven fours and three sixes.

Unbeaten Saltaire maintained their commanding lead at the top of Division Two with a five-wicket victory at Ben Rhydding.

Saltaire won the toss and put Ben Rhydding into bat. Opening bowler Sajad Ali had a good spell for Saltaire, notching up six maidens and taking 3-23 in 15 overs as the home side scored 111 all out. Aftab Khan also took 3-33 for Saltaire.

Ali led Saltaire with the bat too, hitting 32no as the visitors tallied 113-5, crossing the line in 26.2 overs. Michael Slater took 3-30 for Ben Rhydding.

With three of their matches abandoned, second place Horsforth Hall Park also remain undefeated after a 117-run home win against Kirkstall Educational.

Hall Park won the toss and elected to bat, as middle order batsman Tom Watson clattered seven sixes and scored 82no to lead the home side to 268-6.

Kirkstall managed 151 all out in reply, as John Brough (5-56) and Ricky Halloran (3-45) were in the wickets for Hall Park.

Guiseley's struggles continue as they were soundly beaten by Steeton, who won by 140 runs.

Put into bat, Steeton's middle and lower order did most of the damage, as Tom Stead (54) and Harris Rowlett (52) hit half centuries for the visitors, who scored 238-7. Opener Craig Walton also contributed with a knock of 35.

Bradley Akrigg ripped through the Guiseley batting order, taking 7-31 as opener James Grubb (38) was the only Guiseley player to score more than 15 runs. They finished on 98 all out.

Ed Broadley (5-36) and Tom Smallwood (59no) led Olicanian (106-7) to a three-wicket victory at Colton Institute (102 all out) and despite a solid batting effort by Humare Amjad (54) and Muhammad Khan (48), Tong Park Esholt (213 all out) went down to 21-run defeat at Bardsey (234-8).

Green Lane maintained their lead at the top of Division Three after an 18-run victory at Tong Park Esholt.

The visitors won the toss and chose to bat, scoring 111 all out as William Murray and Martin Wildsmith took 4-15 and 4-18, respectively.

Green Lane captain Azhar Mahmood, who top-scored with 27, also had a brilliant spell with the ball, taking 4-20 in 12 overs as Tong Park were all out for 93. Chris Spivey also took 4-42 for Green Lane.

Second placed Calverley kept pace with the division leaders after beating Alwoodley by three wickets.

Calverley's Nav Panesar took 5-37 as Alwoodley were bowled out for 156.

Captain Ben Waller's knock of 56no led Calverley across the line in the 34th over, as they finished on 161-7.

A solid batting display saw St Chads Broomfield (204-3) beat Bolton Villas (200-8) by seven wickets.

Rehaan Butt played a brilliant innings for Bolton Villas, hitting 88no off 142 balls, but it was in vain as Ewan Brennan (60), Umar Ishaq (54no) and Tom Erxleben (44no) led St Chads to victory.

Skipton went down to a one-wicket defeat at the hands of Thackley in a tight game at Sandylands.

Put into bat, Skipton played out a patient innings and scored a total of 164-5. They were led by top-scorer David Hedges, who hit 46 off 100 balls.

In reply, Thackley were led by Umar Farooq’s 32, but 23 wides proved costly to Skipton as Thackley eased past their target in the 43rd over, scoring 168-9.

James Emmott (3-42) and Gary Owens (3-51) were the pick of the Skipton bowlers.

Second from bottom Menston were beaten by six wickets by North Leeds II.

Menston were out for 97, as Joel Morley (6-49) did most of the damage for North Leeds, who scored 98-4 in their reply.

Bottom of the table Harden were beaten by eight wickets by Leeds Modernians.

Put into bat, it was a bad sign for Harden when captain and opener Andy Wear was bowled out for duck. They had four other ducks as the tail end collapsed to 85 all out.

Ashley Rowden took 4-11 for Leeds Modernians, who knocked off that total in 12.1 overs. The finished on 88-2 as opener Kevin Owens hit 45no.