OTLEY cantered to a seven-wicket win against Follifoot in a battle of the top two teams in the First Division of the Aire-Wharfe League.

After James Davies removed Follifoot's two openers for a single run, Stephen Brown (5-32) and Damon Reeve (3-34) did the rest of the damage as Otley restricted the home side to 98 all out. Yasar Ali's knock of 48 accounted for nearly half his side's runs.

Otley opener Jamie Pickering top-scored with 38 as the visitors knocked off the runs in 17.4 overs.

A brilliant day with the bat saw Horsforth moved into second place with 63-run victory at home to Ilkley.

Captain Oliver Hardaker (77) and Chathura Kaluthanthri (51) put on a partnership of 124 for the third wicket to lead Horforth to a score of 271-8. Paul Dover (3-28) was the pick of the Ilkley bowlers.

In reply, Andrew Rhodes top-scored with 42 for Ilkley (208 all out) as they came up short of their target. Alex Myers (3-28), Matthew Wainwright (3-38) and Kaluthanthri (3-38) were in the wickets for Horsforth.

Burley-in-Wharfedale won an entertaining game at Pool, beating the home side by 15 runs.

Six players, led by Red Bolton's 45, scored more than 25 runs for Burley, who finished on 215-9.

Opener David Murphy led the Pool reply, hitting 80 off 113 balls, but they were bowled out for 201 on the first ball of the final over. Nick Brook took 6-32 for Burley.

Addingham (212 all out) lost by five wickets at Bilton (215-5), who were led by Ben Roughsedge's 91. Matthew Hastings (48) top-scored for Addingham.

A balanced batting attack led Rawdon (247-8) to a 111-run win at North Leeds (136 all out). Rawdon's George Myers top-scored with 43 and Jake Hodges took 3-23.

Bottom side Adel (127 all out) came up eight runs short at Collingham and Linton (135 all out). Gavin Thorpe took 5-30 for Adel and their skipper, James Dodson top-scored with 59no.

A strong batting attack, led Mussawar Shah's 90 and Aftab Khan's 74, helped Division Two leaders Saltaire (339 all out) beat Kirkstall Educational (173 all out) by 166 runs. Thomas Herman took 7-70 for Kirkstall.

Olicanian moved into second place with a close one-wicket win at Beckwithshaw.

After Beckwithshaw scored 204-7, top scorer Dave Healy (46) got Olicanian to 180-9 before a final-wicket stand of 27 by tailenders Manley Du Preez (20no) and Ed Broadley (7no) saw the Ilkley side finish on 207-9.

Steeton won by seven wickets at Horsforth Hall Park.

Tom Lester hit 40 to lead Hall Park to 169-9 as Adam Hardwick took 4-55. But a knock of 42no of Bradley Akrigg guided Steeton (173-7) over the line on the 43rd over. Jacob Phillips took 4-29 for the Horsforth side.

Guiseley (181-9) moved off the bottom of the table with a one-wicket win at Colton Institute (180 all out). James did it the ball (3-28) and bat, hitting 13 fours on his way to 67 to lead Guiseley.

Ben Rhydding (225-9) lost by 21 runs at home to Bardsey (246-8). Henry Barrow took 5-58 an top-scored for Ben Rhydding with a 46.

Tong Park Esholt (161-3) cruised to a seven-wicket victory at New Rover (160 all out). Tong Park's Fawad Maqsood took 5-50 and their reply was led a second-wicket stand between captain Daniel Groom (63) and Phillip Hiley (46).

Unbeaten Division Three leaders Green Lane romped to a 209-run victory at home to Leeds Modernians.

Put into bat, Waleed Akhtar got Green Lane's innings off to a flying start, scoring 125 off 141 balls. He shared a second-wicket partnership of 126 with Imran Zaman (64), as the home team scored 290-8.

Matt Hinks took 5-73 for Leeds Modernians, who were then skittled out for 81. Only Hinks (50) scored more than seven runs for the visitors. Green Lane's Chris Spivey took 6-27.

Second place Calverley St Wilfrids (191-3) beat Thackley (189 all out) by seven wickets. Mohammed Shoaib had a knock of 57 for Thackley and Calverley openers Ben Waller and Nav Panesar hit 59 and 50, respectively.

Skipton cruised to a 47-run victory at Harden on Saturday.

Batting first, Skipton scored 196 as Shahid Nadeem top-scored with 62 and skipper Gary Owens chipped in with a knock of 44. Travis Nightingale took 5-34 and Matthew Hogg was 3-65 for Harden.

The home side's reply, which was led by Martin Falkingham's 53, saw them score 149. Iqbal Khan (5-32) and Owens (4-51) were the pick of the bowlers for Skipton.

Menston (118 all out) lost by seven wickets at home to Bolton Villas (120-3).

Nadeem Asghar (32) top-scored for Menston as Michael Oldfield took 4-31 for Bolton Villas, whose run chase was then led Joe Lawrence's knock of 39.

Daniel Taylor (5-19) and Neil Cooper (5-32) took five wickets each to lead Tong Park Esholt (117 all out) to 10-run win against St Chads Broomfield (107 all out).

Alwoodley, who scored 125, skittled North Leeds out for just 49, in a 76-run victory on Saturday.