RAWDON had the upset of the day when they beat Aire-Wharfe League leaders Otley by 32 runs on Saturday.

Rawdon skipper Andrew Duckworth won the toss and chose to bat, as he and Henry Scanlan got the home side off to steady start.

Duckworth scored 33 before he was out lbw on a ball by Jake Toulson (3-58).

A third-wicket partnership of 71 between Jake Hodges (48) and George Myers took Rawdon to 130-3, and then Chrishna Graham's quick-fire 56no off 37 balls saw Rawdon reach 234-6.

Otley's reply got off to slow start as they soon found themselves on 25-3, and despite a good knock of 52no by No 8 Damon Reeve, Otley finished on 202-9. Graham (4-53) and Hodges (3-79) were in the wickets for Rawdon.

Second place Follifoot lost out on the chance to gain ground on the leaders, as they got battered by 109 runs at Addingham.

Captain Ted 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.

Third place Ilkley did manage to gain ground on Otley with a 61-run win at struggling Adel.

A fine knock of 57 by Andrew Rhodes led Ilkley to 180-8, as Adel's Samuel O'Sullivan took 4-50.

Ilkley's opening bowlers Henry Wilson and Paul Dover (3-27) both had a fine day with the ball, each taking 3-27, as Adel were bowled out for 119.

Burley-in-Wharfedale won by 14 runs in a close game against Horsforth.

Put into bat, Burley, led by captain Jason Wright's 42, had four batsmen score in the thirties as the home side put on 212-9. Chathura Kaluthanthri took 6-67 for Horsforth.

In reply, the visitors, led by opener Ben Heritage's 46, scored 198 before getting bowled out with eight balls left in their innings. Nick Brook (5-45) was the pick of the Burley bowlers.

Bilton beat second from bottom Pool by just six runs in a tight game at Bilton Lane.

Cameron Martin's patient 37 off 112 balls led Bilton to a score of 139 all out, as bowlers Olly Boggie (5-41) and Josh Henry (4-43) did most of the damage for Pool.

Bilton shared the wickets around as they bowled Pool out for 133, just six runs short of their target.

North Leeds (99-6) won by four wickets against Collingham and Linton (95 all out).

Division Two leaders Saltaire won the battle of the top two when they beat second placed Bardsey by three wickets.

A seventh-wicket stand of 72 by captain Harwood Williams and top scorer Joshua Challenger (53) helped Bardsey reach 150 all out. Mohammed Nadim (4-19) had a good spell for Saltaire.

Despite Harold Campbell (4-32) ripping the heart of Saltaire's middle order and claiming four ducks, Muhammad Khurshid's knock of 60 led the division leaders (151-7) past their target in the 36th over.

A masterclass by bowler Ricky Halloran led third placed Horsforth Hall Park to a comprehensive 150-run victory at Ben Rhydding.

Put into bat, Stephen Wilkinson (41) led the way for Hall Park, who scored 217-8, as Rob Withers took 5-46 for the home side.

Rhydding were never in the hunt, as Halloran took 6-31 in his 10 overs and the home side were skittled out for 67.

Steeton moved up to fourth place 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.

Despite an excellent knock of 63no by Robert Butterfield, Guiseley (149 all out) suffered a seven-wicket defeat against Kirkstall Educational (151-3). Thomas Herman took 5-39 for Kirkstall.

Tong Park Esholt will not want to hear the name Holderness again after they were beaten by four wickets against Beckwithshaw.

Ben Holderness took 5-32 and Joseph Holderness chipped in with 2-8 in six overs as Beckwithshaw skittled Tong Park out for 79.

Fawad Maqsood (5-22) was in fine form with the ball, but Beckwithshaw (85-6) past their target in 26.4 overs.

Mohammed Khan (77) led New Rover (154-4) to a six-wicket victory at Colton Institute (152 all out).

Division Three leaders Green Lane won by 19 runs in a high-scoring game at Bolton Villas.

Imran Zaman hit 57 for Green Lane, who scored 244-8. Junaid Bashir (3-88) was in the wickets for Bolton Villas, who despite an excellent knock of Bilal Ali (72), came up short with a score of 225-7.

Second from bottom Menston came up with a fantastic win when they beat second placed Calverley by 16 runs.

Thiroshin Naidoo (61) and skipper Adam Montague-Miller (47) led the way for Menston, who scored 156. Nav Panesar took 4-45, for Calverley, who were bowled out for 140, thanks to wickets from Naidoo (3-13), Nadeem Hanif (3-23) and Akhtar Mahmood (3-48).

A brilliant bowling attack, led by Matthew Hogg (6-38), help bottom side Harden get an important seven-wicket win at home to Tong Park Esholt II.

After the visitors were bowled out for 104, Harden (105-3) cantered to victory in 21 overs.

Despite Kevin Dewhirst's knock of 77 off 103 balls, Thackley (203-8) suffered a one-wicket loss to Alwoodley (204-9).

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.

St Chads Broomfield (143-6) beat North Leeds II (140 all out) by four wickets.