NICK Brook produced a sparkling century to steer Burley to victory at Follifoot and keep them in the race to haul back runaway Division One leaders Otley in the Aire-Wharfe League

Joshua Challenger (4-46) and Jason Wright (3-47) helped restrict Follifoot to 224 and then Brook took charge. He raced to 104 in 81 balls before Wright rounded off a good day with an unbeaten 44, as Burley got home with seven wickets in hand.

Otley maintained their winning streak against Ilkley. Will Lennard (4-10) saw the leaders bowled out for just 199 though, with Alex Atkinson (65) the main contributor.

Nick Cockroft replied with 57 but James Davies followed up a knock of 42 with 5-41 as Ilkley came up 24 runs short.

Marcus Berryman (69) and Jake Hodges (56) were the leading scorers in Rawdon’s 271-7. That was too good for bottom side Guiseley, who nevertheless managed to earn valuable bonus points thanks to Tom Brady's unbeaten 60.

James Rosewarne took 4-58, taking him to the top of the division’s bowling statistics, as North Leeds were restricted to 208-8. The Australian then hit 75 as Pool won by three wickets.

Ryan Sharrocks produced a season-best 6-52 to help dismiss Beckwithshaw for 160 and clinch a 41-run win for Horsforth.

Calverley earned a vital Division Two victory over Colton in a game that started early to accommodate England’s World Cup quarter-final.

Johnny Hudson (5-44) and Tom Westerman (4-62) skittled Colton for 174 before Daniel Hall (58no) and Dave Britton (51no) saw Calverley clinch only their second win of the season.

Muhammad Khan (76) top-scored in Tong Park’s 204. Craig Walton (40) helped Steeton recover from 58-5 but with Mahir Ali taking 4-46, they came up 25 runs short.

Ted Haggas (37) and Ricky Palacio (38) put Addingham back on track from 9-4 to set a 142 target. Alex Hentschke then took over, taking an incredible 8-42 as Collingham were dismissed for 119.

Hall Park took advantage of Collingham’s downfall, Steve Phillips (67) setting up a seven-wicket win over Olicanian that takes them up to second.

Saltaire enjoyed a run feast, racing to 365-8 with Zahid Nissar (74) and Chris Langley (64) leading the charge. Adeel Ashraf (5-52) and Usman Munir (4-23) then bowled out Ben Rhydding for 106.

Runaway Division Three leaders New Rover crushed nearest rivals Harden by 94 runs despite Daniel Gibling's 59.

Hosts Green Lane moved back into second after Imran Zaman (59no) took them past Skipton’s 121 with five wickets in hand. Chris Spivey had earlier taken 3-44 to restrict the visitors to their low score.

Menston ended a five-match losing streak, beating Shadwell by four wickets. Nadeem Hanif and Uwais Mehmood each took four wickets as the visitors were dismissed for 229 and Nadeem Asghar (67) led the successful run chase.

Sam Lawrence (4-16) and Michael Clarke (4-27) skittled Alwoodley out for 90, Parag Mohite clinching an easy win for Bolton Villas with an unbeaten 40.

Finally, Umer Farooq hit 76 in Thackley’s 162 but Bardsey eased home by five wickets.