HORSFORTH Hall Park will host Addingham, and holders Steeton will travel to Otley in the semi-finals of the Waddilove Cup on Sunday, July 14.

The quarter-finals were played last Sunday, with Division One leaders Addingham triumphing at league rivals Beckwithshaw by 29 runs.

Addingham had three men making half-centuries in their 261-7 after winning the toss - the in-form Ricky Palacio (50), skipper Richard Atkins (54) and Nick Farrell (79).

The latter’s innings only lasted 57 balls and contained 10 fours and three sixes.

The hosts were then 105-7 but got up to 232 to at least five their defeat a veneer of respectability.

It was a different contest at Hall Park, who sent Olicanian in and dismissed them for 126, despite Tom Smallwood scoring 54.

Priyank Koli took 3-19 and Regan Phillips managed 3-28 as Ollies were dismissed for a below-par total.

Keeper Andy Bairstow then saw Hall Park home by three wickets with 37 not out.

Andrew Bairstow struck an unbeaten 37 to send Horsforth Hall Park into the last-four of the Waddilove Cup.Andrew Bairstow struck an unbeaten 37 to send Horsforth Hall Park into the last-four of the Waddilove Cup. (Image: Mike Baker.)

Tom Starkey was the most successful Ollies bowler with 3-22.

Otley, who won the toss, were always favourites to win at Pool after scoring 294-9, Alex Atkinson (65) and Ben Morley (60) setting them on the right path with an opening stand of 117.

Damon Reeve (54) ensured that good start did not go to waste as Will Pallister (3-42) proved the main threat with the ball.

Logan Duval did his bit for Pool with 50 opening up, but they were back in the pavilion for 177, suffering a heavy defeat.

Stephen Brown (3-31), Jake Ross (3-26) and Roby Lane (3-35) were Otley’s effective bowlers.

Steeton, who won the trophy in 2022 and 2023 as a second-tier side, made it 13 straight Waddilove Cup victories with a six-wicket win at home to Saltaire.

Saltaire, sent in, struggled to a disappointing 142 batting first, Ihsan Ihsanullah (36) and captain Sajad Ali (32no) the main men to contribute.

Steve Pearson bowling outstandingly to take 3-8 off five overs, with spinner Ewan Johnston bagging 3-28.

Ben Hemsley (31) got Steeton off to a bright start, and the task of making it through to the semi-finals was completed by keeper Adam Smith (32no).