RAIN forced the abandonment of nearly all of Saturday's fixtures in the Aire-Wharfe Cricket League on Saturday.

Ilkley, however, managed to finish their game at Collingham and Linton, but lost by two wickets.

Put into bat, Ilkley had a fourth-wicket partnership of 57 by Nick Cockroft (32) and captain William Spivey (23), but the rest of the order found runs hard to come by against Collingham bowling attack led by Charlie Swallow, who took 6-23.

Although Ilkley's Henry Wilson, who took 5-14, made short work of the first three batsmen, captain Toby Jacklin (38) steadied the ship as Collingham (112-8) passed the Ilkley target in the 23rd over.

League leaders Otley, boosted by a fine knock of 75no by captain James Davies, scored 177-9 before declaring in the 47th over.

Josh Henry took 4-54 for Pool, who were 14 without loss as rain forced the match to be abandoned.

The four other Division One games all had to be abandoned after the first innings.

Richard Atkins was in fine form for Addingham, as he scored 97no off 123 balls, a knock that included eight fours and five sixes against Rawdon's bowlers.

Ricky Palacio also scored 52 as Addingham finished their innings on 213-4.

Jackson Grubb's knock of 64 off 127 balls led Burley-in-Wharfedale to accumulate a total of 197-6 at North Leeds.

The tail wagged for Follifoot as No 10 Ben Whitehead scored 48 to help his side 153 all out Horsforth.

Alex Myers took 4-53 for Horsforth and fellow opener Chathura Kaluthanthri had a cracking spell, taking 3-20 in 15 overs, which included seven maidens.

Mustahsan Ali Shah (3-25) was the pick of a balanced bowling attack by Bilton, who restricted Adel to 112 all out.

Division Two leaders Saltaire had a magnificent knock of 113 by Amjid Hussain, who scored 219-7 in 41 overs against New Rover. William Pearson took 5-41 for the home side.

Second place Kirkstall Educational only managed to put 11 runs on the board in reply to Beckwithshaw (189 all out), who had a fine knock by Oliver Hotchkiss (74).

Olicanian opening bowlers Sajjad Ijaz (5-31) and Ed Broadley (3-14) were in fine form, restricting Horsforth Hall Park to 92 all out in 41.2 overs.

Hall Park only bowled nine balls before the game was abandoned.

Guiseley restricted Bardsey to 84 all out at Nethermoor, as Marcus Brown took 5-33 for the home side.

Guiseley's reply got off to a horrific star when they found themselves 6-3 after just three overs, at which point the match had to be abandoned.

Robbie Miller (30) led Ben Rhydding to 142-8 in 39.4 overs, as Tong Park Esholt's Heynrych Nel took 4-38.

Steeton's game at Colton Institute was also cut short by the weather after the first innings.

Colton scored 167 all out, as Stephen Pearson (3-37) was the pick of the bowlers for Steeton.

In Division Three, top of the table Green Lane (172-4) were batting well against Alwoodley when the rain forced the match to be abandoned after the 43rd over. Opener Phillip produced a fine innings, scoring 80 off 129 balls, a knock that included seven fours and three sixes.

Second place Calverley St Wilfrids (199-8), led by a knock of 44 by Ally Long, were also batting well against Leeds Modernians when the rains came in the 46th over.

Up at All Alone Road, Idle, Skipton found runs hard to come by against a Bolton Villas' bowling attack, led by Sam Lawrence, who took 4-13 and bowled seven maidens in 12 overs.

Skipton's David Hedges scored 30 off 82 balls, and a late knock by Iqbal Khan, coming in at No 9, saw him score 37no off 31 balls, which included six boundaries.

Skipton were bowled out for 121 in 37.4 overs, and then the rains came.

Bottom of the table Harden also had their home game against Thackley abandoned after the first innings.

Thackley scored 128 all out, as Stefan Mather (29) top-scored for the visitors before he was out lbw on a ball by Tom Cummins (4-43), who was the pick of the Harden bowlers.

Second from bottom Menston bowled out St Chads Broomfield for 178, thanks figures of 3-32 by Minhaj Patel and 3-36 by George Marsden.

Also abandoned was the game between Tong Park Esholt II and North Leeds. Tong Park managed to score 134-8 in 42 overs, as Archie Ralphs took 5-35.