BURLEY-in-Wharfedale shocked Aire-Wharfe Division One leaders Rawdon after beating them by four wickets.

Shane Etherington (4-12) helped the hosts bowl out their opposition for 191. Jason Wright (57) and Ryan Copper (47) were the high scorers for Burley as they reached the target with just under five overs left.

The defeat afforded Otley a chance to become the only team unbeaten and they did in style. Stephen Brown’s six wicket haul meant Collingham & Linton were all out for 179. Wicket keeper Tom Brady (69) led the attack and the score was achieved with more than 10 overs to spare.

Amjid Hussain smacked a remarkable 119 off 65 balls to fire Saltaire into third place. Bilton elected to bat first and set a more than decent target of 219/7, which included David Cummings’ 85 and Ryan Bradshaw’s 70. The visitors completed the chase in only 35.2 overs with Hussain’s century and all rounder Sajid’s Ali’s (73) contribution.

A tremendous bowling partnership between Henry Wilson (4-32) and Paul Dover (6-15) got Follifoot all out for a lowly 48. Ilkley eased to the win, using only 13.3 overs.

There was another poor scoring game at Horsforth as they cruised to a seven-wicket win against North Leeds. Nick Taylor’s 6-12 meant the visitors could only land 75 runs, a target Horsforth reached quickly.

Olicanian are the only team yet to accomplish a win as they got convincingly beaten by Addingham. Rory Stead’s 70 aided in the visitors scoring 237. The bottom-placed side replied with a poor 121.

Division Two table toppers Tong Park Esholt were awful with the bat in their first loss of the season. Wicketkeeper Joe Fisher helped Guiseley set a 211 target which proved too much for Tong whose highest scorer only hit 34.

Beckwithshaw jumped to the top of the table after a four-wicket victory over previously undefeated Bardsey. Shaw’s Harry Lister was the thorn in their side with his 6-36 reducing the away team to 136. Despite, James Wainman’s three wickets, Beck got over the line.

It was a high scoring affair at Adel with both teams scoring over 200. The hosts planted 213/8 in the opening innings, thanks to Mark Johnson (67) and Elliot Audsley (64). Gavin Thorpe gained five wickets as Pool fell 11 runs short.

Calverley St Wilfrids are still to get on the board, losing out to Green Lane. Azhar Mahmood (5-45) putting a downer on Gagandeep Pooni’s 62 as Calverley set 195. Arsaam Malik (85) was the main man in Lane’s chase.

115 was easily not enough for Steeton at Horsforth Hall Park. Joe Greaves 72no off 70 balls meant Park won by nine wickets.

New Rover remain rooted to the foot of the table after they couldn’t better Kirkstall Education’s 197. Aadam Hussain was only four runs short of a century but Mohammed Khan did hit a fifer for Rover. Nevertheless, poor batting meant it was a fourth consecutive defeat.

Skipton and Colton Institute are still battling it out at the top of Division Three. Great bowling from Colton, especially by Tom Glover (6-37), meant they got Ilkley seconds out for 92. This, after Institute shot a catchable 165.

While, Skipton also comfortably won their match against Bolton Villas. A similar performance with the ball, Muhammad Qadeer (6-31), left them with a 94 chase. Despite, wasting seven wickets, they tumbled their way to victory.

Ben Rhydding remain on the coattails of the top two after a 51-run win over St Chads Broomfield. Sam Housam's 72 the highlight in Rhydding's opening innings. Alex Miller (6-42) and Rob Withers (4-49) forcing Chads short of the 184 target.

Tong Park Esholt seconds faced the same fate as their firsts, losing by six wickets to Leeds Modernians. Jai Aujla's half-century put 153 on the board for Tong, but Kevin Owens'(97) star showing granted Modernians the spoils.

North Leeds seconds still don't have a win to their name as they lost out by six wickets to Old Leodiensians, while Jack Holland's 64 pushed Thackley past Alwoodley.

Rawdon seconds lead Division Four after a 101-run victory over Harden and Skipton seconds got their first win by edging past Bolton Villas. St Chads Broomfield seconds and Follifoot both won to stay joint top in Division Six.