OTLEY remain the only undefeated team in Division One of the Aire-Wharfe League after beating Rawdon by 86 runs on Saturday.

David Hester top-scored with 60, but four other scored more than 30 runs as Otley scored 243-9.

Jake Hodges took 4-51 for Rawdon, who then batted and managed a score of 157 all out. Stephen Brown (3-31) was the pick of the Otley bowlers.

Ilkley beat Adel by three wickets at Denton Road.

Adel scored 176-8 as Robert Spivey took 4-36 for Ilkley.

A steady innings by James Hall, who hit 55no off 107 balls, ably supported by Paul Dover's 33no, guided Ilkley to 180-7 with nine balls to spare.

Wicketkeeper Bailey Worcester's knock of 67 led Horsforth to an 18-run victory at Burley-in-Wharfedale.

Horsforth scored 134 all out as Lewis Morgan took 4-43.

In reply, Burley were bowled out for 116 in the 27th over, as Horsforth opener Chathura Kaluthanthri took 4-16 in his 11 overs, which included eight maidens.

Newly promoted Addingham still have yet to win this season, as they beaten by 101 runs at Follifoot.

Nat Cutts (51) and James Orton (51no) helped Follifoot to a score of 235 all out, as Gerhard Rautenbach took 4-25 for Addingham.

In reply, the visitors could only manage 134 all out, as Joshua Cutts took 5-43 for Follifoot.

Ryan Bradshaw's 55 and Tuseif Arshad' 4-52 led Bilton (171-5) to a five-wicket victory at Pool (170 all out).

North Leeds (103-7) beat Collingham (100 all out) by three wickets, thanks to a great bowling spell by Tom Hudson, who took 5-11 in nine overs.

In Division Two, leaders Saltaire made it three successive opening wins after they brushed aside bottom-team Bardsey with ease.

Home side Salts batted first and were in the ascendancy when opener Danish Hussain got five above a century before being stumped by Tom Clayton.

Two of the host's roster managed successive ducks, but Salts were able to race to victory by posting a score of 181-9 and getting Bardsey all-out for 59.

Sajad Ali and Usman Munir shared the wickets half and half.

Tong Park Esholt managed their first win of the season when travelling to Beckwithshaw.

The hosts won the toss and opted to bat first and managed a respectable 181-9, with Peter Hotchkiss notching 71no.

But Tong were even better as Mahir Ali's knock of 55no led his side to a score of 182-6.

There was a home victory for Horsforth Hall Park against Ben Rhydding.

Ben Rhydding were all out for 141, as Sam Wilkinson took 4-18. Hall Park (142-6) raced past that target in the 26th over.

Guiseley were battered away to Kirkstall Educational. The home side posted a target of 256 thanks to runs from both Callum Oliver (63) and Joe Williams (61).

Guiseley were all-out for 135 after 34 overs, as Kirkstall's Thomas Herman took 6-29. However, Guiseley's James Grubb had fine knock of 72.

Finally, Steeton were beat five wickets at Olicanian, as Ed Broadley took 5-40 in 15 overs as Steeton hit 182 all out. Cameron Knowles and Stephen Pearson each had knocks of 48 for Steeton.

Captain Harry Smallwood's 61no helped Olicanian post a total of 183-5 to clinch victory.

In Division Three, Mohammed Shoaib claimed 7-12 to rescue victory for Thackley in a low-scoring game at Alwoodley.

The visitors were dismissed for just 94 but Shoaib and Chris Spivey (3-22) ripped through the hosts as they were all out for 68.

By contrast, Calverley amassed 258-7 as Ben Waller made 76 at home to Menston.

That proved too big a total as the away side slumped to 152 all out despite Thiroshin Naidoo making 45 as Tom Simpson took 4-31.

An unbroken stand of 96 for the eighth wicket between Neil Britton (44no) and Sohail Khan (56no) helped Green Lane to 253-7 at home to Bolton Villas.

That proved more than enough as Villas were dismissed for 190 (Tommy Henderson 53), Ben Roberts claiming 4-29.

Andy Wear made 46 for Harden at Tong Park Esholt II in their total of 173 all out as Martin Wildsmith took 5-24.

Jim Law top-scored with 32 in return as the hosts edged home by two wickets.

* In the Bradford League, Yeadon (220-8) won by two wickets against Buttershaw St Paul's (218-8), as Thomas Lindsay scored 76 to lead the Yeadon run chase.