IT was a day of upsets for the leaders of the top two divisions in the Aire-Wharfe League on Saturday.

Otley lost by four wickets at home to Waddilove Cup runners-up North Leeds.

Batting first, Otley, led by Stephen Brown's 39, managed to score 155 runs before getting bowled out for 155 in 44 overs.

Tom Hudson took 4-20, and he scored 37 in an opening partnership of 77 with Callum Carson (63), as the North Leeds (159-6) chased down the target in the 40th over.

With second place Follifoot's game against Collinham and Linton off, third and fourth placed Addingham and Ilkley both won their respective games.

Addingham's Ted Haggas mowed down Adel's bottom order, taking 5-20 in 5.5 overs as Addingham beat the home side by five wickets.

Adel were bowled out for 97, as Addingham (101-5) chased down the target in the 26th over.

Ilkley's bowling attack dismantled Bilton in a five-wicket victory by the home side.

Will Lennard (4-20) and Paul Dover (4-37) got most of the wickets and Henry Wilson (1-15) was also effective, notching up six maidens in his nine overs as Bilton were skittled out for 73.

Jack Mullan (26) led the reply for Ilkley, who scored 74-5 in 21.2 overs.

Pool got themselves out of the relegation zone with by cruising to a seven-wicket victory at Horsforth.

Opening bowler David Amos took 3-27 as Pool only allowed Horsforth to score 99-8 in 25 overs.

Pool opening batsman Cameron Duncan (49) was in fine form, hitting five fours and three sixes off 61 balls as Pool (102-3) chased down the target in the 21st over.

Burley-in-Wharfedale beat Rawdon by six wickets in a match shortened to 20 overs.

Rawdon skipper Andrew Duckworth was in fine form with the bat, scoring 47 off 58 balls, as the visitors scored 86-8 in 20 overs.

Shane Etherington (3-9) and Joe Hall (3-25) were the pick of the bowlers for Burley (90-4), who past the target with four balls to spare.

A magnificent bowling display and a steady batting attack saw Ben Rhydding cruise to a 91-run victory at Division Two leaders Saltaire.

Mitchell Dickson's 31 off 80 balls helped Ben Rhydding reach 169-8 in 20 overs, as Mussawar Shah took 4-42 for Saltaire.

The home side's reply did not go to plan as opening bowlers Henry Barrow (6-28) and Rob Withers (3-45) made short of the Saltaire batting order, who were skittled for 78 in the 20th over.

Kirkstall Educational are in second place after they beat Horsforth Hall Park by one wicket in a tight game at home.

After Hall Park posted a total of 153 all out, captain Callum Oliver's 47 led Kirkstall to 154-9, as John Brough (5-48) and Ricky Halloran (4-49) got the wickets for Hall Park.

Olicanian are up to third after they beat Colton Institute by four wickets.

Ed Broadley (4-18) and Sajjad Ijaz (3-25) did most of the damage to limit Colton to a score of 110.

James Gifford hit 58 off 105 balls to lead Olicanian (111-6) past the target in the 33rd over.

Steeton are up to fourth after smashing Guiseley by 126 runs.

A brilliant fifth-wicket stand of 91 by Tom Stead (63) and Stephen Pearson (36) gave Steeton a good target of 194-9, as Marcus Brown and Joshua Findlay took 3-42 and 3-54, respectively, for Guiseley.

Guiseley were then skittled out for 68, thanks to some excellent bowling by Paul Hardwick (4-16) and Adam Hardwick (3-10).

After Tong Park scored 113 all out, an excellent bowling spell by Daniel Taylor, who took 5-12 in seven overs, led the home side to 31-run victory against Bardsey (82 all out).

Waleed Akhtar's ton led Division Three leaders Green Lane to 81-run win at home to Tong Park Esholt II.

Aktar, who opened the innings, hit 12 fours and scored exactly 100 run off 132 balls as Green Lane posted a total of 228. Adam Hodgson (4-25) and William Murray (4-71) were in the wickets for Tong Park, who were bowled out for 147 in reply.

Second place Calverley St Wilfrids (62 all out) suffered an eight-wicket defeat at the hands to Alwoodley (67-2), while Ashley Rowden's 5-20 and Matt Hinks' knock of 55 helped third place Leeds Modernians cruise to victory against Harden.

Thackley moved 15 points clear of the relegation zone with a 12-run win against Skipton, who are now third from bottom.

Put into bat, opener Shane Marshall's 55 led Thackley to a score of 150 all out, as Skipton bowlers James Emmott and Shahid Nadeem took 4-17 and 4-21, respectively.

Captain Gary Owens scored 40 and keeper Keir Nelson added a knock of 37 for Skipton, who were bowled out in the 30th over. Mohammed Shoaib (3-38) took some key late wickets for Thackley.

Second from bottom Menston went down to a four-wicket defeat at North Leeds II.

An excellent knock of 80 by skipper Adam Montague-Millar saw Menston score 218-8, but Benjamin Cawood, top scoring with 81, to lead lead North Leeds (220-6) with just under six overs to spare.