AFTER four defeats in a row, Pool pulled off a shock win over Aire-Wharfe Division One leaders Otley, who limped to 138. David Amos (4-58) and James Rosewarne (3-27) doing the damage.

In reply, Rosewarne gave Pool the platform with 51 not out and they scrambled home by two wickets.

Marcus Berryman inspired Rawdon to a seven-wicket win in a thriller at second-placed Burley. Nick Brook (48) and Nicky Bulcock (47) helped the hosts reach an imposing 279-9.

Sam Fox's treble reduced Rawdon to 88-3 but then Berryman struck. He smashed 17 fours and six sixes in his undefeated 125, and teamed up with Andrew Duckworth (68no) to clinch victory.

Dave Pennett (5-28) and Henry Wilson (3-18) teamed up to bowl out Adel for 88 in reply to Ilkley’s 144.

Despite Heynrych Nel's three-wicket haul and half century, Guiseley went down by 29 runs at North Leeds.

Bailey Worcester (43) was the main contributor in Horsforth’s 169 and although Andrew Robinson picked up 5-36, Bilton scraped home by one wicket.

Addingham stay top of Division Two, Will Atkins (65no) and Ted Haggas (70no) steering them past Olicanian’s 157.

Gareth Wilkinson (78) and Danny Groom (54) helped second-placed Tong Park Esholt set a 217 target before dismissing Leeds Modernians for 101.

Tom Lester (77) and Mark McEneaney (78) powered Hall Park to 312-8 at Kirkstall and John Brough (5-37) and Denis Rock (3-44) ensured the hosts crashed out for 123.

Steeton beat fellow strugglers Calverley after Will Luxton (101no) and Bradley Akrigg (45) put on 97 to help them set a target of 246-4.

Stephen Pearson (4-37) and Gary Boulton (3-37) had Calverley floundering, but Dan Hall (52) rallied things and they were bowled out just 16 runs short.

Saltaire were skittled out for 95 responding to Collingham’s 248-8 while Ben Rhydding found it impossible to defend their meagre 104 against Colton Institute, despite three early wickets.

Harden ended Green Lane’s unbeaten record in Division Three with Andy Wear (5-40) and Matthew Hogg (3-59) skittling Lane for 141.

Although Harden lost three quick wickets, Wear steadied things with a half century and Mark Portlock (31no) clinched the five-wicket win.

New Rover took over top spot after beating Menston by five wickets, despite Adam Montague-Millar's unbeaten 50.

Bolton Villas thrashed struggling league newcomers Shadwell. Parag Mohite hammered a magnificent 132 as Villas raced to 400-6. Sam Lawrence picked up 6-41 as the visitors were dismissed for 170.

Ben Holderness hit an unbeaten 120 as Skipton overtook St Chads’ 216-9 with six wickets in hand.

Dan Maguire (4-24) restricted Alwoodley to 195 but his Thackley side collapsed to 86-7 despite Mohammed Shoaib making 45. It took Mamoon Rashid (43) and Adam Boocock's (31) late rally to help them clinch a one-wicket win.