DESPITE the rain-effected schedule, Otley were still able to add to their faultless start in Aire-Wharfe League Division One.

Captain James Davies gained five wickets as Horsforth were skittled out for 46 after 28 overs. The defending champions reaching the target without losing a single wicket.

Their nearest chasers Rawdon were also set a lowly score to better. Jake Hodges and Ross Jennings each collecting three wickets in Follifoot's 89ao. A classy 64 from Ben Morley handing the second-placed side the victory.

Burley-in-Wharfedale are fourth after beating Olicanian by eight wickets. Henry Barrow's 6-25 the highlight in Burley reducing their opponents to 108. Ryan Cooper (64) was the best man with the bat.

Jamie Bryant (90) would've been gutted when the heavens opened to abandon his team's clash with Ilkley. Bilton set a huge 207/9 before the weather only allowed the visitors to play 23 overs.

Addingham found themselves in the same situation. After hitting 216, thanks to Robbie Miller's 84, play was halted with Collingham & Linton only having one wicket to spare.

Saltaire's visit to North Leeds didn't get off the ground at all.

Division Two had more luck with the weather as Green Lane took top spot with a four-wicket win.

Lane put on an impressive bowling display to dismiss Bardsey for 113, Azhar Mahmood (6-46) shining.

Adel retained their place in second after defeating Kirkstall Educational. The visitors could only set 92 as George Hogg (53) helped his side to ease to victory.

Steeton found Calverley St Wilfrids' score of 163/6 a mountain to high to climb.

Guiseley's 107ao was enough to claim the win over Horsforth Hall Park. Marcus Brown's fifer standing out.

Meanwhile, Pool and Tong Park Esholt were both saved by the weather.

The latter unlikely to catch New Rover's 190/7, and Pool were definitely set for defeat after only hitting 90 at Beckwithshaw.

Only three matches were completed in Division Three.

Despite, Kevin Dewhirst's 59, Thackley's 125 was too small. Jack Taylor smashed 80 off 83 balls to give Old Leodiensians a 10-wicket win.

Tong Park Esholt seconds had better fortune. A half-century from Humare Amjad aiding in Tong eclipsing St Chads Broomfield's 134.

Alwoodley were the other victors, beating Leeds Modernians by 65 runs.

Skipton only hit 27 runs before their tie with Colton Institute was called off, while Bolton Villas' fixture with Ben Rhydding suffered the same fate.

Ilkley seconds were disappointed not to finish their match after scoring 133 against North Leeds seconds.

Menston and Rawdon seconds are still battling it out at the summit of Division Four, after securing wins over Pool seconds and Adel seconds.

In Division Five, Green Lane seconds beat Bolton Villas seconds by 126 runs. Thackley seconds lost at St Chads Broomfield seconds in Division Six.