ADDINGHAM are gunning for promotion and currently sit second in Division Two of the Aire-Wharfe League after thrashing rivals Hall Park.

Ricky Palacio scored 80 in their 226-8 and he was well-supported in the middle order by 25 apiece from Daniel Ellis and Rory Stead.

Palacio added 2-22 to complete a good day for the all-rounder but it was Alex Hentschke's 6-35 which did the most damage, as Park crashed to 134 all out.

Steeton are back in relegation danger though after a thrashing at home to Olicanian. Aatif Modak took 5-66 as the visitors set 221 but only two of their batsmen reached double figures as they were skittled for 52.

There was better news for Skipton in Division Three. Ben Holderness (38 and 4-58) and Gary Owens (32 and 3-23) starred as they beat Shadwell by 25 runs.

Meanwhile in Division One, Otley regained top spot in a seesaw title battle thanks to taking full bonus points from their win at Beckwithshaw.

Stephen Brown took 5-35 before hitting an unbeaten 59 as his side quickly chased down 132. Beckwithshaw’s defeat means they are relegated 12 months after winning their second successive title.

Second-placed Burley were indebted to Sam Fox for their victory. He hit 40 in their below par 148, before taking 5-24 as Adel crashed out for 109.

Guiseley won at Horsforth but were relegated as other results went against them. Matthew Wainwright struck 52 not out in Horsforth's 210-9 but Guiseley passed that for the loss of six wickets.

Their demotion was confirmed though after Pool ensured safety with victory over Rawdon. James Rosewarne (4-57 and 33) starred in his side's four-wicket win.

Finally, Will Lennard (6-28) helped dismiss Bilton for 168 but with Tuseif Arshad taking 8-33, Ilkley came up 36 runs short.