OTLEY have won the Aire-Wharfe League Division One title after winning all 10 of their opening matches in the 2020 season.

James Davies' side's latest victory was possibly their most comfortable, a 10-wicket hammering of Bradford team Saltaire. Alex Atkinson (86) was in superb form for the now-champions who bypassed the 121 score easily.

Nearest challengers Rawdon, who Otley play in the last round of fixtures on Saturday, were also in a dominant mood as they swept aside Ilkley. The hosts were all out for 51 after the second-placed team hit 189.

Bilton narrowly beat winless Olicanian by three runs. The home side set 168/9, and would have been caught if it wasn't for Sam Dale capturing the wicket of captain Neil Mclelland at the death.

Collingham & Linton's 164 was more than enough for them to get over the line at Follifoot. Jacob Duscher (4-20) helped bowl Foot out for 81.

Burley-in-Wharfedale crushed Horsforth's 156 total in only 32 overs. Joe Hall top-scored with 67.

North Leeds were never going to catch Addingham's mammoth score. Ted Haggas (82) and Richard Atkins (74) were the main men in the visitors' 232/9. Leeds fell 63 runs short.

Beckwithshaw are favourites to take the Division Two title home. They beat ex-leaders Tong Park Esholt by five wickets. Joseph Holderness's 69 proved handy in them reaching the 158 target.

Green Lane are the only other team who can still snatch first place. Lane tallied 226 against Guiseley. Waleed Akhtar and Imran Zaman hit half centuries in their 99-run victory.

John Brough bagged six wickets for Horsfall Hall Park. Adel were victims of a five-wicket defeat.

Shahzada Khan also achieved a six-wicket haul in New Rover halting Calverley St Wilfrids 17 runs short of the decent 198 target.

Henry Wainman (86, 5-37) was clearly the man-of-the-match in Bardsey's (214) win over Steeton. 24 runs was the difference between the two teams.

Skipton remain in the Division Three title race. They smashed Thackley by over 100 runs, mainly thanks to skipper Shahid Nadeem's (73) efforts in their 272 score.

Third-placed Bolton Villas' title bid ended in a high scoring affair against Colton Institute. Four Colton players hit over 40 in their 330 opening. The reply was a spirited one, but it fell 67 runs short.

Ilkley seconds won their first game of the season to give them hope of survival. Leeds Modernians were 86 runs away from their 251 tally.

Declan Normanschild's 61 saw Alwoodley (165) recover from a poor start to beat St Chads Broomfield.

Ben Rhydding cruised past North Leeds seconds by eight wickets, while Tong Park Esholt seconds lost by 126 runs against Old Leodiensians.

Elsewhere, Rawdon seconds beat Otley seconds to go 14 points clear at the summit of Division Four. Green Lane seconds lead Division Five after sliding past Addingham seconds, and St Chads Broomfield seconds already had Division Six wrapped up.