COLLINGHAM & Linton put in the performance of the day in the Waddilove Cup with a thrilling 10-wicket victory at home to Alwoodley on Sunday.

Electing to bat, the visitors made a below par 130 all out, with Amraze Mahmood (53) one of just five batters to make double figures as Charlie Swallow took 6-27.

Alwoodley tried everything to make a breakthrough with the ball, but openers Ed Hayhurst (71) and Jonny Haslem (48) stood firm to see the hosts race to their target with over half their overs remaining.

They will face Pool, who claimed a two-wicket win against Bolton Villas, in the quarter finals next month.

Opener Azad Yaqub (73) and Bilal Ahmed (45) helped Villas to a modest 188 all out, with Krutik Patel taking 4-33; and though Pool started poorly in their reply, a century partnership between Rob Goldthorp (57) and Will Cooper (37) saw them to their target with four overs left.

Rawdon are also into the next round after beating North Leeds at home by the narrowest of margins.

Visiting skipper Taran Chana notched a fantastic 98 from 84 deliveries to see his side post 233, but the win was put agonisingly out of their reach by Ben Morley (65) and Henry Scanlan (51), whose 109-run stand laid the foundations for Rawdon to reach their target with just four balls remaining.

Division Three side Old Leodiensians put in a fantastic display to cruise past Green Lane by 87 runs.

Tranjit Matharu (83 not out) was the standout for the hosts, who scored 232-8 from their 45 overs, with Nick Boyes and Asfaq Patel taking three wickets each to restrict the visitors to a disappointing 145 all out.

The win sets up perhaps the toughest tie against Division One leaders Saltaire, who earned a comfortable win at home to Kirkstall.

Ben Fitzmaurice (76) impressed for the visitors, who posted 178-7, with Danish Hussain taking 3-33 before scoring 58 as Saltaire met their target with overs to spare.

Addingham and Bardsey also progressed after wins against Bilton and Steeton respectively.

Batting first, Bilton made 200-9, with Cameron Martin (55no) and captain David Cummings, who scored 44 from just 29 deliveries, the best of the batters. Addingham got over the line with ten overs remaining after some excellent batting from John Johnson (65) and Ricky Palacio (63).

Bardsey had Tom Franklin (102) to thank for helping them reach 238-9, with Steeton falling just five runs short despite a fightback led by youngster Cameron Knowles (73no).

Reigning Champions Burley-in-Wharfedale take on Otley on Sunday (13 June) in the final second round match, with the winner facing an away trip to Rawdon.