ADDINGHAM lost by six wickets to Horsforth Hall Park in a high-scoring Waddilove Cup game on Sunday.

Addingham were put into bat and they batted well, scoring 210 all out, as Richard Atkins and captain Ted Haggas scored 57 and 50, respectively.

But Charlie Parker paced the Hall Park batsman, hitting 97no off 146 balls, as the home side secured victory with a score of 211-6.

Another high-scoring Waddilove Cup encounter saw Rawdon lose by two wickets in a tight match against Bilton.

Opener George Myers hit 67 for Rawdon, who scored 226-7.

Bilton got a century from Mustahsan Ali Shah, who hit 112 off 111 balls in a commanding innings that featured 16 boundaries.

Jake Hodges took 5-45 for Rawdon, but Bilton got over the line, scoring 228-8, and won with six balls to spare.

Otley eased to a six-wicket cup victory against Adel.

Adel were put into bat and scored 117-9, with Elliot Audsley top-scoring with a steady 37no.

Stephen Brown took 4-20 for Otley, who reached their target in the 32nd over.

Alex Atkinson top-scored with a 35no, as Otley scored 123-4.

Guiseley cruised to a seven-wicket win against Horsforth.

Horsforth were put into bat and scored just 87 all out.

Chris Gordon was Horsforth's top scorer with 34, while Joshua Findlay took 3-27 for Guiseley, who replied with a score of 91-3.

Robert Spivey (34) and Jack Mullan (31) put on a first-wicket partnership to of 57 to get Ilkley off to a good start at home to Beckwithshaw.

But Callum Irvine ripped through the middle and bottom order, taking 5-27 as Ilkley were bowled out for 160.

Henry Hopkinson (54) and Peter Hotchkiss (50no) hit half-centuries to lead Beckwithshaw to 162-8, as they won in the second to last over. Nick Cockroft took 3-36 for Ilkley.

Pool (138 all out) beat Collingham (119 all out) by 19 runs.

David Amos top-scored for Pool with 35, as Tom Hynes took 5-20 for Collingham.

Amos (3-24) and Olly Boggie (3-23) were the pick of a good bowling effort by Pool.

North Leeds (162-9), led by Callum Carson's 62no and Tom Hudson's 6-14, beat Tong Park Esholt (100 all out) by 62 runs.

* Thiroshin Naidoo's knock of 63 led Menston to 31-run victory in the 20/20 Awards Galore Cup action on Sunday.

Menston won the toss and elected to bat, scoring 182-8 at The Fox Cricket Ground. In reply, Shadwell hit 151-5, well short of their target.

Leeds Modernians beat Steeton by six wickets in the 20/20 cup game.

Steeton were put into bat, and after their two opening batsmen went for ducks, Craig Walton (31) and Cameron Knowles (28) steadied the ship.

Bradley Akrigg then cracked a bludgeoning innings, hitting 86 off just 44 balls, including seven sixes and four fours, as Steeton finished on 185-5.

Leeds Modernians' opening batsmen also went cheaply, but a 169-ball fourth-wicket partnership by Matt Hinks (84no) and captain Christian Slinger (71) saw the home side reach a total of 189-4, winning with 14 balls to spare.

In a re-match of their Saturday league game, a much-changed Skipton side lost again to Calverley St Wilfrids in the Awards Galore Cup on Sunday.

Skipper Gary Owens won the toss and elected to bat, and he top-scored for his team, hitting 35 off 43 balls as Skipton scored 87-4 in their 20 overs.

Christopher Coates hit 27no as Calverley knocked off that total in just under 12 overs, finishing on 89-4.