BURLEY-in-Wharfedale had a big win in the Waddilove Cup on Sunday, beating league leaders Otley by 82 runs.

Although Burley captain Jason Wright was bowled out for one on his third ball by Otley Damon Reeve, fellow opener Charles Davy got Burley's innings off to a good start, as he scored 56 off 69 balls.

However, it was Nick Brook who top-scored for Burley, hitting three sixes and three fours on his way to 70 not out as the home side scored 219-6 in 45 overs.

Brook was also in form with the ball, bowling out Otley's first three batsmen, taking 3-16 in his nine overs.

Shane Etherington also took 3-33, and despite an excellent knock by Stephen Brown (71), Otley were bowled out for 137.

Burley will play at Beckwithshaw in the semi-final on Sunday, July 14, after they beat Pool by seven wickets on Sunday.

Pool, who were put into bat by the home side, were skittled out for just 55 in 23.1 overs, thanks to a cracking bowling spell by Beckwithshaw's Stuart Hudson, who took 7-6 in 7.1 overs.

Three Beckwithshaw batsmen scored 18 runs each to guide the home side (56-3) to an easy victory in just 12 overs.

Guiseley were knocked out of the Waddilove Cup when they lost their quarter-final match to North Leeds by six wickets.

Put into bat, Guiseley found runs hard to come by, as Robert Butterfield (26) top-scored for the visitors.

Adam Copley (4-12) was the pick of the North Leeds' bowlers.

In reply, North Leeds (97-4) knocked off the Guiseley total in 19.4 overs.

North Leeds will host the semi-final against the winner of Horsforth Hall Park v Bilton.

* In the quarter-finals of the 20/20 Awards Galore Cup on Sunday, a half century by Robbie Miller saw Ben Rhydding beat Olicanian by 50 runs.

Batting first, home side Ben Rhydding had good knocks by Henry Barrow (37), Sam Housam (33) and the big hitting Miller, who scored 57 off 27 balls.

His innings included six sixes and one four, as Rhydding set a target of 152-4.

Their bowling attack then limited Olicanian to 102-8, as only captain Tom Smallwood (38) managed to scored more than 10 runs.

Division Two leaders Saltaire (159-5), led by a unbeaten knock by Sajad Ali (63no) and Danish Hussain's 3-26, beat Bardsey (158-5) by five wickets. Eddie Clayton also scored 63 for Bardsey.

Harden (116-8), who got a top score of 30 from opener Travis Nightingale, lost by seven wickets to Colton Institute (117-3), who were led by Daniel Gautrey's 32 and Kian England's 4-19.

Solid batting up and down the order saw Calverley St Wilfrids (168-6) beat Thackley (111 all out) by 51 runs. Captain Ben Waller (33) top-scored for Calverley, while Thackley skipper Luke Holroyd scored 32.

Saltaire will host Ben Rhydding and Calverley St Wilfrids will travel to Colton Institute in the semi-finals on Sunday, July 14.