OTLEY and Rawdon continued their impressive starts to the new season by remaining the only unbeaten sides in Division One of the Aire-Wharfe League.

Despite Addingham's Richard Atkins and Ted Haggas each gaining three wickets, table toppers Rawdon opened by recording a solid 190, including a 53 from Gareth Clough.

Andrew Doidge's 4-39 helped condemn the hosts to a second defeat on the bounce as they were all out for 135.

As for Otley, who only trail the leaders by a point, they cruised to victory over Olicanian.

After setting a sizeable 191-7, thanks to neat batting from Chris Thompson (41) and Damon Reeve (47), the away side bowled their opponents for 99.

Sajad Ali's amazing 8-38 took the shine off Bailey Worcester's remarkable century to mean Saltaire beat Horsforth by 88 runs.

The home side set a massive 252 before Ali got to work. The visitors would almost be saved by Worcester who smashed 124 off 134 balls, but his teammates simply didn't back him up.

Collingham & Linton moved up to third after a convincing eight wicket win over North Leeds.

The away side were bowled all out for a lowly 75, thanks to Charlie Swallow (3-29) and Toby Jacklin (4-32).

Alex Fox's man-of-the-match display was not enough for Follifoot as they lost by 12 runs against Bilton.

The all rounder recorded an impressive 5-37 before firing 62. However, the Bilton's 170-9 proved much in the end.

Nicky Bulcock's 4-38 put Ilkley in trouble as they were 151 all out against Burley-in-Wharfedale.

Nicholas Brook (47) and Jason Wright (41) leading their side to the victory with more than 15 overs remaining.

Gareth Lee's 6-21 and half century couldn't save Calverley St Wilfrid’s from defeat in Division Two as leaders Bardsley set 233.

Sadaqat Zaman was in sublime form, gaining 84 runs from 77 balls, to leave Lee's side with a mountain to climb. Amjad Ali's four wickets helped take Calverley out for 184.

Beckwithshaw's Ben Holderness' fifer downed Adel. The hosts were all out for a dismal 90, leaving Shaw to eclipse the target in just over 25 overs.

Robert Atkinson excelled for Guiseley, who beat Kirkstall Educational by four wickets. Atkinson (4-13) and Zahir Abbas (3-32) were the main reasons for Kirkstall being all out for 129 from 30 overs.

10 overs of Sam Wilkinson's sublime bowling provided Horsforth Hall Park with a catchable 164 to chase. His 5-26, allowed Tom Watson (52) and co. to condemn the sorry Green Lane to defeat.

New Rover only scored 65 after they were all out after 28 overs. Pool's Charlie Bell's brilliant total of 4-5 left the hosts bottom at this early stage.

Tong Park Esholt continued their good form by smashing Steeton by 102 runs. Imran Patel's half a century was the highlight as Tong set a high total of 231. Three wickets a piece for Mahir Ali and Saqib Mir ensured their side ran out convincing winners.

Skipton kept their place at the top of Division Three with a tense win over Ben Rhydding. The visitors set a more than decent 193 target after Lewis Bolton's half a century and Forrest Hamilton's 42. Despite Rob Withers and Alex Miller each claiming four wickets, Shahid Nadeem (68) and Luke Facey's (51) displays meant that Skipton won by two wickets.

Bolton Villas would not have been pleased with their 142 but in the end it proved good enough to beat Ilkley seconds. Sam Lawrence (4-49) and Amir Hussain (4-21) gave their side the win by 10 runs.

Adam Patterson's 91 allowed Alwoodley to continue their pursuit for promotion as they hammered North Leeds' seconds by 90 runs. The hosts hit 230/7 in their innings before a Giaan Duggai fifer helped the third-placed team deny the toss winners.

Paul Horsey's batting display was too good for Old Leodiensians who lost out by a huge 146 runs. Horsey's 91 was a large part of his team's 259/8 which was followed by their opponents collapse. Kian England's 4-17 destroying the Leodiensians order.

Will Lander's 75 was not enough to see St Chads Broomfield trump Leeds Modernians. Lewis Gomersall gained six wickets to leave Broomfield all out for 194. Modernians will have been ecstatic with Dan Kastelik's 83 innings which practically won them the match.

Thackley bowled well to beat Tong Park Esholt by 21 runs. After setting a 131 target, Esholt would have fancied their chances. However, Craig Wiseman's remarkable 7-27 stopped them in their tracks.

Elsewhere, in Division Four Harden, Shadwell and Rawdon seconds all won again to make it tight at the top. There was a close affair in Division Five as Addingham seconds narrowly beat Kirkstall Education seconds by four runs.

Division Six saw St Chads Broomfield seconds move to the top after they beat Leeds Modernians seconds by nine wickets.