OTLEY'S battle with Rawdon is intensifying at the top of Division One in the Aire-Wharfe League as both sides remain unbeaten.

Brilliant bowling ensured an easy afternoon's work for Otley who got Burley-in-Wharfedale all out for 56 after 22.1 overs.

Captain James Davies complimenting his 2-10 with 23 runs to push his side over the winning line.

While, Rawdon made quick work of Olicanian's by achieving the target of 108 in virtually half the amount of overs.

Andrew Doidge took 5-22 to make him the club's all-time lead wicket taker and provide his team with a more than manageable score to reach, which they eventually did in 20.3 overs.

Sajad Ali demonstrated a masterclass in bowling as he took all 10 wickets in Saltaire's destruction of winless Addingham.

Awaise Hussain (77) was the man in form for the hosts on their way to setting 200. Before Ali's 10-45, forced the visitors all out for only 82.

Ilkley made third-placed Collingham & Linton work for their winning, chasing a solid 179. Even with Paul Dover's 4-44, the visitors proved to be too sharp, finishing on 180/8 with just under five overs to spare.

North Leeds romped to a 93-run victory over Follifoot. The home team elected to bat and recorded a remarkable 220-9, despite Istikhar Hussain classy 6-29. Tom Hudson and Taran Chanan each got three wickets to help bowl their opposition out.

Horsforth got there first win on the board after they defeated Bilton by 54 runs. Bailey Worcester (62), fresh from his century last week, shining again as his team set 174.

Mustahsan Ali Shah (7-52) stood out for the hosts, who, despite Ryan Bradshaw's 50, never had the firepower to launch a challenge.

Three teams remain unbeaten at the top of Division Two. Table toppers Tong Park Esholt were sublime against winless Kirkstall Educational. Captain Daniel Groom led the opening order with a huge 81 in his side's 255/9.

Aadam Hussain practically replicated Groom's feat with his 76 but the quality of his teammates batting performances were below standard. Daniel Taylor's 4-31 the key in Kirkstall being all out for 187.

Bardsey narrowly beat Guiseley by three wickets to maintain their position in second. Michael Truswell (49) and Robert Butterfield (53) helped the visitors set a more than respectable 196/8.

Even after dropping four wickets early on, Eddie Clayton (72) and co. reached the target with five overs remaining.

Calverley St Wilfrids were victory bound as, thanks to Samuel Gascoyne's 5-43, they bowled third-placed Beckwithshaw all out for 122.

However, their own fragilities with the bat would cause their downfall, falling 17 runs short in the end.

The excellence of Green Lane's top order allowed them to set a mammoth total of 249.

Despite Gavin Thorpe's fifer, Waleed Akhtar (71), Arsaam Malik (67) and Imran Zaman (43) were the men to lead Lane's charge to a 73-run victory over Adel.

Matthew Nutter was the star of the show for Steeton with his six wickets halting a promising New Rover start.

Skipper Michael Richmond (44) and Christodoulos Bogdanos (51) almost eclipsed a century between them as Rover scored 177. But, poor fielding and Harris Rowlett's 70 aided in Steeton getting over the line.

Some shocking batting from Pool, where their highest scorer made a lowly 16, handed Horsforth Hall Park a massive advantage. The away team cruising past the 64 total in 18.3 overs.

Colton Institute share the lead with Skipton at the summit of Division Three on 57 points.

The former dispatched North Leeds seconds with four wickets left. Brad Firn and Nigel Danby each hit 50 plus to leave Colton on 176/6.

Skipton's solid 190 proved to be more than enough to bypass Tong Park Esholt seconds. Iqbal Khan's five wickets the difference meaning the hosts could only shoot 91.

A top four order score of 14 hurt bottom-placed Ilkley seconds. Their 148/7 was not enough against Alwoodley, who reached the tally in 40 overs.

Despite a slow start, Forrest Hamilton hit 70 to inspire Ben Rhydding to victory over Leeds Modernians. Rob Withers' 7-44 also helped the home side win by 71 runs.

Jack Holland's 62 couldn't save Thackley from defeat at Bolton Villas. Amir Hussain (5-43) was in his groove to remove the visitors for 133. Siraj Hussain then hit a half century to give Villas a 136/3 finish.

Ben Turner's 4-41 lead to St Chads Broomfield being all out for 175. Although, Old Leodiensians couldn't capitalise with no batsman scoring over 30, meaning they were defeated by 50 runs.

Collingham & Linton seconds got on the board in Division Four with a gigantic 154 runs win over Pool seconds. Asanga Weerasinghe whacking a century off 98 balls.

Sam Fox's 122 fired Burley-in-Wharfedale seconds top of Division Five and Division Six Old Leodiensians seconds smashed St Chads Broomfield seconds by eight wickets.