ADDINGHAM hammered promotion rivals Tong Park Esholt to ensure their place in Division One of the Aire-Wharfe League next season.

Ricky Palacio starred, hitting 62 in their 195-8 before taking 4-16 to dismiss Tong Park for 93. Alex Hentschke’s 3-28 alongside Palacio took him to 64 for the season, a divisional best.

Meanwhile, father and son, John and Bradley Akrigg, ensured Steeton rounded off a difficult season with a six-wicket victory at Colton. Bradley picked up 5-41 as Colton scored 236 and John saw Steeton home with an unbeaten 114.

In Division Three, Ben Holderness rounded off the season with 44 to take his tally to 952 and together with James Robinson (47) helped Skipton to 242-9. They had Old Leodiensians struggling on 133-8 when the home side were saved by bad light.

Elsewhere, Otley skipper Ben Morley smashed a six to pass his half century, take his side to victory over Horsforth, and clinch the club’s third Division One title in five years.

Starting the day only two points ahead of Burley, Otley came flying out of the blocks, with Chris Thompson (5-14) ripping through the Horsforth batting for only 109.

Fittingly, Morley struck the winning blow in his 54 not out as his side won by eight wickets to complete the league and cup double.

Meanwhile, Burley’s season came to a disappointing end, missing out on the title and losing at relegated Guiseley.

Opener James Thistlethwaite thrashed 109 as the hosts set 235-6 and despite the efforts of Dan Revis (85no), Jack Kelly's 5-50 saw Burley dismissed for 207.

The division’s top scorer Andrew Duckworth thrashed 87no as Rawdon reached 262-6 before skittling out Bilton for 90. Marcus Berryman's 4-32 haul took him past 50 for the season.

Henry Wilson (5-51) restricted Follifoot to 165 and an unbeaten 72 from Alex Bailey eased Ilkley home by six wickets.

Lowly Pool finished with a win, moving them up to eighth place. The division’s top wicket-taker, James Rosewarne, took 5-46 as his side successfully defended a total of 123 against Adel.

In Division Two, Hall Park made short work of relegated Calverley to finish third. They raced to 279-7 thanks to opener Gary Walton (56), before restricting the visitors to 149-9.

Adeel Ashraf took 6-47 as Olicanian crashed out for 76 and his Saltaire side managed to get home with four wickets to spare.

Bardsey clinched the Division Three title when they passed Harden’s 158 thanks to George Gill hitting 61.

New Rover will go up with them after winning a low-scoring match at Alwoodley, while one-time leaders Green Lane crashed to defeat against Bolton Villas.

Sam Lawrence took 5-21 to skittle Lane for 83 and Villas eased home by eight wickets, climbing above their opponents into third.

Nadeem Hanif’s 7-45 spell restricted St Chad’s to 102 and set up a comfortable seven-wicket win for Menston.

Finally, Shane Marshall scored 90 in Thackley’s 257 but opponents Shadwell clinched victory by two wickets.