HARRISON Durkin produced a match-winning, unbeaten half-century as Guiseley snatched victory over Bilton with just one ball remaining in their Aire-Wharfe League Waddilove Cup tie.

A spell of 5-25 from Louis Barker had restricted Bilton to just 169 but, despite a solid 31 from Jonny Baines, it looked as though Guiseley would come up just short until Durkin took control.

Patrick Dixon (98) and Will Cooper (51) put on 137 as Pool set a target of 224-7 against Ben Rhydding.

Sam Housam (65) gave the visitors a good platform for their reply and they were in with a giant-killing chance until Adam Slater bowled Henry Barrow for 63 and Pool went on to win by eight runs.

Nicky Bullock made 62 not out in Burley’s 215-5 as hosted fellow Division One front-runners Otley.

The visitors made a slow start but Stephen Brown (100no) and David Hester (55no) clinched the victory that keeps Otley in the hunt for a record 14th cup win.

Waleed Akhtar (64no) steered Tong Park Esholt to a comfortable win over their Division Two rivals Colton, while Jibrael Malik hit 77 not out in 57 balls to steer Horsforth to victory over North Leeds after Alex Myers (5-19) had reduced the visitors to 107.

For the second day in a row, Rawdon’s Andrew Duckworth (57) provided the main threat to Beckwithshaw but finished on the losing side.

Rob Spivey took 5-63 but Follifoot still managed to post 224-9, which proved far too good for Ilkley, who were bowled out for 133.