OTLEY and Ilkley stole a march on the rest of Aire-Wharfe League Division One as they were the only winners on another rain-hit day.

Reigning champions Otley were too good for Addingham as James Davies starred with bat and ball.

First he hit 126 as Stephen Brown provided support with 51 to help the hosts rack up 249 all out, Richard Atkins taking 4-58.

Rory Stead scored 39 in reply as Addingham fell short on 179-9, Davies completing a fine individual display with 5-24.

Otley are already 29 points clear of second-placed Ilkley, who beat North Leeds by four wickets.

Nuaman Khan (49no) helped the Leeds visitors to 190-7 as Will Lennard took 3-50.

It proved a tough total to reach but Ilkley made it home thanks to Rob Spivey (39no) and Nick Cockcroft (37).

All the other matches in the top flight were abandoned due to rain. Burley only just avoided defeat at Adel, who were bowled out for 159 with Shane Etherington claiming 6-36.

The visitors were hanging on at 93-9 when the rain came, Jackson Grubb doing well on 54 not out.

Rawdon (37-4) were in trouble chasing Collingham's 208-8, while Josh Henry took 4-51 for Pool, who dismissed Follifoot for 146 only to be 13-3 in reply.

Oliver Hardaker (54) and Bailey Worcester (52) shone for Horsforth in their 202 all out at home to Bilton, who were 60-4 in reply.

In Division Two, Steeton passed the 300-run barrier but still lost in a remarkable run-feast at home to Tong Park Esholt.

Will Luxton carried his bat in making 162 not out off 166 balls as the hosts racked up 304-2, Freddie Pearson (55) also contributing.

But Park were undaunted by the target which they reached in 46.3 overs with five wickets to spare.

Their star man was Fawad Maqsood, who blasted 106 in 66 balls. Humare Amjad made 53, while Gareth Wilkinson didn't hang around in making 54 not out off 25 balls.

Saltaire are now 24 points clear at the top after they beat Guiseley at home by six wickets.

Jack Kelly made 44 for the visitors in their total of 196-6 before Muhammad Khurshid (52) guided the Roberts Park side home.

Olicanian romped to an eight-wicket win at home to Ben Rhydding who were skittled for just 89, Henry Barrow scoring 60 as Ed Broadley took the plaudits with 8-41.

Skipton produced a fine comeback to claim victory at Tong Park Esholt II in Division Three.

Despite being bowled out for only 112 (Keir Nelson 31) as Joe Lonsdale claimed 5-20, the Dalesmen dismissed Tong for only 56. Gary Owens was chief destroyer with 6-26 as Iqbal Khan claimed 4-27.

Green Lane are 13 points clear at the top after a six-wicket win in their summit clash at home to Calverley. Azhar Mahmood took 6-36 to help bowl the visitors out for 102.

Michael Oldfield took 4-16 for Bolton Villas at Leeds Modernians, who could only muster 108 all out before Andrew Clarke saw the Bradford side home with 50 not out in a six-wicket success.

There was also joy for Thackley in a seven-wicket triumph at St Chads Broomfield. Umar Farooq took 5-62 as the hosts were dismissed for 191 and then Mohammed Shoaib's 60no proved key for the away side.

Adam Montague-Millar made 70 in Menston's 171-9 at Alwoodley before the weather intervened, while Tom Cummins claimed 4-36 for Harden at North Leeds II, who were all out for 185 when the rain came.