MATT Hastings smashed 19 fours and ten sixes as he raced to 174 for Addingham against Kirkstall in Division Two of the Aire-Wharfe League on Saturday.

He put on a monumental partnership of 256 with Ted Haggas (89) as Addingham reached 300-7 before declaring. Unfortunately, the match was abandoned with Kirkstall on 58-1 in reply.

Meanwhile, Steeton never batted against Ben Rhydding. Stephen Pearson took 3-54 after Robbie Miller (117) had helped their opponents to 254-5 in the first innings.

In Division Three, Skipton scored 186 all out against second-placed Bardsey, mainly due to Adam Hardwick's half-century.

Their opening bowlers took a wicket apiece to leave Bardsey floundering on 7-2, but the game was abandoned with no further play possible.

In Division One, Stephen Brown and Chris Thompson took three wickets each in Adel’s 163 before Ben Morley (83 not out) and Alex Atkinson (64no) ensured a quick chase for leaders Otley.

Second-placed Burley were struggling at 117-5 in reply to North Leeds’ 259-4 when their match was called off.

Andrew Duckworth (110no) starred in Rawdon’s 229-5 declared and Marcus Berryman (4-49) had Beckwithshaw on the ropes before rain saved them.

Charlie Fairbank's half century was the highlight of Horsforth’s 203-8 and with Sajad Ali taking 3-10, Ilkley were struggling on 33-5 at the abandonment.

Rock-bottom Guiseley set a 183-9 target, in which James Thistlethwaite made 66, and they had fellow strugglers Pool at 88-5 before their game was cruelly called off.

Tong Park Esholt appeared to be on top against Division Two leaders Hall Park before rain struck.

Mohammad Khan, who hammered 10 fours and six sixes in his 94, helped them to 186, with Sam Wilkinson taking 5-32.

Hall Park struggled to 72-6 before play was halted, and the extra bonus point earned by Tong Park Esholt put the two sides level on 227 points.

But they are now two behind Collingham, who went top after passing Olicanian’s 166 thanks to Jonny Haslem's 56no.

Saltaire kept alive their chances of snatching a top-two spot with victory at Colton after Aftab Khan (59) helped them reach 241. Mussawar Shah then took 5-39 as Colton were removed for 142.

The vital relegation battle between Calverley and Leeds Modernians was called off with Calverley needing 52 more runs with four wickets remaining.

Thackley eased any lingering Division Three relegation worries with a convincing win at Old Leodiensians.

Muhammad Khurshid (63) put them on their way to 172 before Danny Maguire ripped through the home batting with 8-37.

Tim Pryce hit 78 in Bolton Villas’ 245 and with Michael Oldfield taking 4-34, leaders New Rovers looked set for defeat at 94-7 when play was called off.

Third-placed Green Lane struggled too, limping to 142-6 in reply to Menston’s 232-7, in which Nadeem Asghar scored 100no, including five sixes.

Finally, high-flying Harden came up four runs short of St Chads’ 210-9 target despite the efforts of Josh Brooksbank (45) and Dan Giblin (46).