IT was a tough weekend for Steeton and Addingham in Division Two of the Aire-Wharfe League, as both collapsed to heavy defeats.

Paul Hardwick took 3-63 as Horsforth Hall Park racked up 299-6 and although Tom Stead (69) and Stephen Pearson (46) battled hard for Steeton, they still came up 85 runs short.

Meanwhile, Addingham relinquished their place at the summit, losing by 68 runs against Colton, despite the efforts of Ricky Palacio (4-38) and Ted Haggas (51).

Tong Park Esholt won a high-scoring match at Kirkstall to regain top spot. Waleed Akhtar made 118 as TPE raced to 339-5 and despite a valiant chase, Kirkstall could only reach 295-7 at the close.

Zahid Nissar (85) top-scored for Saltaire in their 302-8 as they crushed Leeds Modernians by 204 runs.

Alex West took 5-47, but with Tom Watson making 68, Olicanian's target of 227 was too good for struggling Calverley, Hizar Hayat taking 3-4.

Ben Rhydding struggled against Collingham’s Charlie Swallow and Toby Jacklin. They put on 153 before sharing six wickets in a 78-run win.

In Division One, Marcus Berryman took 6-48 in Adel's 154 and he then hit 44 in the reply to ensure Rawdon clinched the win.

They replaced Follifoot in third, who lost at Horsforth. The hosts were struggling at 88-5 in reply to the visitors’ 195, but Ryan Sharrocks (84no) stepped up and won the match.

Burley remain second thanks to Dan Revis. He took 4-36 as Bilton were restricted to 255-9 and then smashed an unbeaten 148 to win the match.

Otley extended their lead to 29 points though, after crushing North Leeds.

David Hester smashed a quick-fire century in their 288-8 and North Leeds collapsed for just 90. Ricky Halloran and Nathan Goldthorp took three cheap wickets each.

Despite the efforts of Patrick Dixon (87) and David Amos (4-67), Pool lost by four wickets to Beckwithshaw, who climbed off the bottom at Guiseley's expense.

Guiseley only made 142 against Ilkley, and they could not contain Brad Goodaire, who followed up a 3-7 spell with 30 not out.

Iqbal Khan hammered 88no in 30 balls as Division Three side Skipton raced to 279-6. Ben Holderness (77) gave them a fine start, and they looked well on top at halfway. Holderness then took four wickets, as Menston lost by 50 runs.

Harden are still near the summit after a comfortable win at Thackley. Muhammed Shoaib (63) helped the hosts to 177 but they struggled against Tom Cummins (7-39). Cummins then hit an unbeaten 64 as Harden triumphed by six wickets.

Meanwhile, Green Lane fell just six runs short of winning an epic clash at New Rover, who now have an 18-point lead at the top.

The home side blasted 302-6, but Azhar Mahmood, who had taken four wickets, then hit 73 to get Lane’s reply off to a solid start. Michael Abbott weighed in with 61 but it wasn’t enough for the win.

Parag Mohite hit a fine century before Junaid Bashir (120no) took over as Bolton Villas raced to 350-7. Junaid Jamshed (4-14) and Sam Lawrence (3-30) then blitzed Old Leodiensians for 110.