CAPTAIN Ted Haggas was good with bat and ball as Addingham pummelled Follifoot by 109 runs in Aire-Wharfe League action on Saturday.

Second place Follifoot lost out on the chance to gain ground on league leaders Otley, who also lost at Rawdon on the day.

Batting first, Haggas (68) and Ricky Palacio (64) were in excellent form with the bat as Addingham scored 256-9. Ishtikar Hussain (4-53) and Yasir Ali (4-55) were the pick of Follifoot's bowlers.

Follifoot's reply was foiled by a solid Addingham bowling attack, as Haggas (5-22), Robert Ellis (3-34) and Richard Atkins (2-39) were in the wickets as Follifoot were all out for 147.

Steeton moved up to fourth place in Division Two with a four-wicket win at home to Olicanian.

Captain Gary Boulton put Olicanian into bat and opening bowlers Stephen Pearson (5-59) and Paul Hardwick (2-30) put the visitors under pressure early.

Struggling on 55-5, a sixth-wicket stand of 60 by Dave Healey (32) and Chris Wheeler (32) helped Olicanian reach 160 all out. Bradley Akrigg chipped in with figures of 3-21 for Steeton.

A steady third-wicket partnership of 65 by Cameron Knowles (43) and Freddie Pearson (35) led Steeton (164-6) to victory in 39.1 overs.

In Division Three, Skipton lost by three wickets at home to Leeds Modernians.

Matt Hinks (4-14) and Scott Harrison (4-32) were in the wickets as Skipton, led by Gary Owens (24), were bowled out for 115.

Iqbal Khan (3-27) and Shahid Nadeem (3-33) bowled well for the Sandylands side, but Modernians (116-7) cruised past their target in 34.5 overs.

* In the Nidderdale and District Amateur League, Division Four leaders Upper Wharfedale cruised to a 165-run victory at Burton Leonard II on Saturday.

Upper Wharfedale won the toss and skipper Joe Daggett elected to bat, and his opener Dave Whitfield hit a century to give the visitors a great platform.

Whitfield hit 10 fours and scored 100 off 99 balls. He shared a fifth-wicket stand of 105 with Tom Slater, who chipped in with 49no as Upper Wharfedale's total reached 251-5.

Burton Leonard's batsmen found it hard work against a strong Upper Wharfedale bowling attack.

Kyran Clarke had a fantastic spell of 5-24 and James Stephenson took 3-18 as the home side were skittled out for 86.