Davy and Brook help Burley claim top spot

Charlie Davy hit a century to set up a victory over Ilkley and send Burley to the top.

With support from Danny Bryan (37), Nick Brook (34) and Jason Wright (31), Davy (108) saw Burley to 262-9 before Brook (4-27) led the downfall of the visitors.

That gave Burley the full 20 points and took them a point above long-time leaders Otley, who crashed to a second successive defeat, at the hands of bottom club Collingham.

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Toby Jacklin inspired Collingham’s win, following up a spell of 4-27 with an important knock of 29 as his side got home by three wickets.

There was also a solid all-round display by Yasar Ali (3-26 & 28no) at the heart of Beckwithshaw’s seven-wicket win over Rawdon for whom Conor McInerney hit a half-century.

Vic Craven (66) led the way as Bilton were bowled out for 210, Dave Amos taking 5-66 before Richard Spittlehouse (3-28) and Will Liddle (4-14) skittled Pool for 86, Jacob Rodgers (31) putting up the only resistance.

Neil Spragg (89) rescued Steeton from 9-3 against an attack of Nasir Jamal (4-40) and Marcus Brown (3-24). But the 162 total was not enough, Chris Wain and Jamal seeing Guiseley home by two wickets.

Rob Winter (102) and Jack Burke (75) gave Division Two leaders North Leeds the perfect start with a stand of 170 on the way to victory in a high-scoring match against Adel.

That kept North Leeds just above Follifoot who comfortably won at Harden, after Umer Yaqoob (6-40) restricted the home side to 159.

Tom Glover followed up his 38 with a 7-25 spell, including three wickets in four balls, as Colton crushed Upper Wharfedale.