CHRIS Thompson starred as Otley bounced back from the previous week’s defeat at Rawdon to cruise to victory over Adel in Aire-Wharfe League Division One.

Coming in at No 7, Thompson smashed 12 fours and six sixes in making 106 not out in just 77 balls as Otley set a 288-8 target.

He then picked up 3-23 and, together with Ricky Halloran (3-21) and Stephen Brown, who followed up a knock of 42 with 3-35, dismissed the visitors for 189.

Otley share top spot with Burley, who made short work of overnight leaders North Leeds.

Dan Revis (93), Jason Wright (47) and Nicky Bulcock (59no) led the charge as Burley reached 268-4 before dismissing the home side for 138, with Revis weighing in with 3-17.

Paul Dover took 6-40 as Horsforth were bowled out for 120, and even though Osama Ahmad (4-31) had Ilkley on the back foot at 59-7, Dover (11no) and Rob Spivey (37no) clinched the win for the visitors.

James Rosewarne (5-56) helped restrict Guiseley to 185, but Damon Reeve (3-30) and Jonny Baines (3-17) had Pool struggling, and even though their late batsmen, led by John Goldthorp (39), put up some resistance, Guiseley claimed their first win of the season.

Rawdon’s hopes of overtaking Beckwithshaw’s 233-9 disappeared when Andrew Duckworth was trapped lbw for 78 at 172-8.

Tong Park Esholt won a cracking contest against Hall Park to remain top of Division Two with a 100 per cent record.

Tom Lester, whose 100 not out included 10 fours and five sixes, put on 140 in an unbeaten partnership with Sam Wilkinson (54no) as Hall Park reached 244-4.

Fawad Maqsood put Tong Park on track with a half-century, and Gareth Wilkinson (99no) and Muhammad Z Khan (35no) clinched the win.

Addingham also maintained their perfect start to the campaign, with Robert Ellis (5-37) restricting Kirkstall to 115.

Addingham struggled to 53-3 but Ben Brearley (37no) and Ted Haggas (43no) made sure there were no slip-ups.

Saltaire continue to impress after promotion, Zahid Nissar (77) starring as they passed Colton’s 192-8 with four wickets in hand.

With Joe Stead and James Emmott each picking up four wickets, it took half-centuries from Forrest Hamilton and Robbie Miller to get Ben Rhydding to 209.

Henry Barrow (4-37) and Danny Bell (3-35) then made short work of Steeton’s batting, dismissing them for 124.

Ben Waller (61) top-scored in Calverley’s 181, and a 6-52 spell from Johnny Hudson restricted Leeds Modernians to 145 as Calverley notched their first win.

Olicanian fell victim to Toby Jacklin (5-18), with their 77 total causing Collingham no problems.

Green Lane stay top of Division Three, even though a late shower denied them what looked like a certain victory over Menston.

Phil Atkinson (117) and Neil Britton, with 66 not out in 28 balls, helped Lane race to 320-7 but having ended the threat of Henry Crossley (48) and Mohammed Shamir (58) to have Menston on 161-7, they were beaten by the weather.

Paul Naylor and Kevin Dewhirst each hit half-centuries in Thackley’s 283-7, and Shane Marshall (5-45) and Mamoon Rashid (3-50) ensured their first win, dismissing Old Leodiensians for 206.