STEETON are nervously looking over their shoulders after a dreadful batting display at home to Olicanian in Division Two of the Aire-Wharfe League was compounded when second-bottom Calverley won by 32 runs at Saltaire.

Aatif Modak took 5-66 as Olicanian set 221 but Steeton crashed out for a pitiful 52 in reply. William Forster (14) and Tom Stead (13) were the only batsmen to reach double figures.

It was also a bad day for Harden in Division Three as they lost ground in the promotion battle after crashing to a shock home defeat against Alwoodley.

Harden posted a below par 154 and were thankful to tail-ender Richard Falkingham (27) for even reaching that. Despite Matthew Hogg's 4-46 in the reply, the visitors won by three wickets to clinch their safety.

Meanwhile, Otley regained top spot in a seesaw Aire Wharfe Division One title battle thanks to taking full bonus points from their win at Beckwithshaw.

Stephen Brown took 5-35 before hitting an unbeaten 59 as his side quickly chased down 132. Beckwithshaw’s defeat means they are relegated 12 months after winning their second successive title.

Second-placed Burley were indebted to Sam Fox for their unconvincing victory over Adel. He hit 40 in their 148, before taking 5-24 as Adel crashed out for 109.

Guiseley won by four wickets at Horsforth but still went down. Their relegation was confirmed after Pool ensured safety with victory over Rawdon. James Rosewarne (4-57) restricted Rawdon to 187 before hitting 33 in his side's successful chase.