ONLY six league matches were completed in the Aire-Wharfe Cricket League on Saturday.

In Division One, Horsforth beat Addingham by 56 runs.

In the first innings, Horsforth opener Ben Heritage and Jonny Bell shared a fourth-wicket partnership of 84 before Heritage was bowled out for 51 by Addingham's Richard Atkins, who took 6-44 in 13 overs.

Bell went on to score 40, as Horsforth were bowled out for 148.

Addingham could only muster 92 before being bowled out in just over 20 overs. Callum Murgatroyd took 4-24 and Chathura Kaluthanthri 3-25 for Horsforth.

Collingham (116 all out) beat Bilton (82 all out) by 34 runs, but the four other Division One games were all abandoned early in the first innings.

Rain forced the abandonment of five games in Division Two, but Saltaire were able to remain top with a 96-run victory at Steeton.

Saltaire had five batsman scored in double figures with Aftab Khan top-scoring with 37 as Saltaire went into tea with 166 runs on the scoreboard.

Gary Boulton took 4-48 and Joe Stead 3-38 for Steeton, who were skittled out for just 70 in reply.

Harris Rowlett stuck to the task for Steeton, scoring 24 off 71 balls, but he was the only Steeton to score in double figures as five players were out for ducks.

Usman Munir (4-14) and Sajad Ali (4-21) were the pick of the Saltaire bowlers and wicketkeeper Muhammad Khurshid took three catches.

Calverley St Wilfrids moved to the top of Division Three with a 45-run win at Skipton.

Skipton put Calverley into bat, and the visitors, led by Dave Britton's 38, scored 126 before being bowled out by Skipton. Adam Harwick bagged 5-50 to lead Skipton's bowlers.

Calverley's bowling attack kept it tight, as Skipton could only score 81 as Nav Panesar and Vishal Shaw took 4-17 and 4-25, respectively.

Green Lane are one point behind Calverley, as they beat Harden by seven wickets.

Harden scored 86 all out, as Green Lane's Michael Ellis (5-18) and Nadeem Safdar (5-21) got in the wickets for the visitors.

Opener Philip Atkinson's 35no led Green Lane past their target.

Alwoodley (177 all out) beat Bolton Villas (112 all out) by 61 runs, as the other three division games were either abandoned or cancelled.