SALTAIRE became the first team to reach 100 points in Division One of the Aire-Wharfe League this season after picking up the maximum 20 at home to Ilkley.

An 87-run partnership between Mussawar Shah (60) and Sajad Ali (57) saw the hosts recover from 19-3 to post 243-9, with Dave Pennett (36 not out) the best of the batters for the visitors as Ali (5-31) reduced them to just 118 all out.

Oliver Hebblethwaite stole the show for Beckwithshaw as they claimed 19 points away at Addingham.

Robbie Miller (86) top-scored for the hosts, who posted an impressive 206-8, with Hebblethwaite taking 5-34 before making 90 not out to see his side to victory with overs to spare.

Bilton and Olicanian also enjoyed success, claiming 18 points apiece.

Wicketkeeper Ryan Bradshaw (55) helped Bilton reach 194-9 at Rawdon, with Ben Morley’s 79 in vain as some impressive bowling from Awais Ejaz (5-51) saw the hosts fall 12 runs short of their target.

Tom Smallwood (67no) and Aftab Khan (55) put on 114 for the sixth wicket to see Olicanian to 208-6, with Charlie Swallow’s 40 not enough for Collingham & Linton, who finished 10 runs behind.

Elsewhere in Division One, Horsforth used seven bowlers but could not break down a resilient North Leeds - who claimed 20 points thanks to Aqib Iqbal’s 52 not out – whilst Redmond Bolton (70) inspired Burley-in-Wharfedale to a 44-run victory at Otley.

Fahid Rehman scored 10 fours and five sixes on his way to a spectacular 106 not out as New Rover extended their lead at the top of Division Two with a 24-run win at home to Kirkstall.

Extras (51) were the second highest scorer as the hosts posted 224-8 from 40 overs, with the visitors paying the price for some sloppy bowling, despite a fantastic half-century from Ben Fitzmaurice in their reply.

Tong Park also claimed 20 points, with a 91-run partnership between Dru Patel (31) and skipper David Hester (69no) seeing them breeze past a struggling Colton Institute by seven wickets.

There were also wins for Pool and Green Lane, with both teams remaining in the top three after victories against Horsforth Hall Park and Bardsey respectively.

In Division Three, leaders Harden picked up 17 points after a narrow victory at home to Rawdon II, despite a fantastic 60 from opener Duncan Stow.

But it was a disappointing afternoon for second-placed Skipton, who fell to a 38-run defeat at Calverley.

Nav Panesar (42) top-scored for the hosts before taking 4-29 as wickets fell at regular intervals for the visitors, who managed just 113 all out in their reply.

Elsewhere, Old Leodiensians claimed 19 points with a five-wicket win at Bolton Villas, with Craig Smith (5-36), Madan Basavarajaiah (78no) and Ben Turner (51no) all impressing for the visitors.