STEETON got a much-needed win in Division Two of the Aire-Wharfe League, by routing second from bottom Guiseley by 140 runs.

Put into bat, Steeton's middle and lower order did most of the damage, as Tom Stead (54) and Harris Rowlett (52) hit half centuries for the visitors, who scored 238-7. Opener Craig Walton also contributed with a knock of 35.

Bradley Akrigg ripped through the Guiseley batting order, taking 7-31, and Adam Hardwick got the other wickets, posting figures of 3-25.

Opener James Grubb (38) was the only Guiseley player to score more than 15 runs. They finished on 98 all out.

In Division Three, bottom of the table Harden were beaten by eight wickets by Leeds Modernians.

Put into bat, it was a bad sign for Harden when captain and opener Andy Wear was bowled out for duck.

Fellow opener Travis Nightingale (19) top-scored for Harden, who had four other ducks as the tail end collapsed to 85 all out.

Ashley Rowden took 4-11 for Leeds Modernians, who knocked off that total in 12.1 overs. The finished on 88-2 as opener Kevin Owens hit 45no.

Harden were much better in the 20/20 Awards Galore Cup on Sunday when they beat New Rover by 38 runs.

Harden won the toss and elected to bat, and Nightingale was in form, hitting 53. He was joined at crease by top-scorer George Gill (75), and the pair scored 100 in a third-wicker partnership as Harden scored 152-5 in their 20 overs.

Five bowlers took wickets for Harden, with Andy Bailey taking 4-25, as New Rover were all out for 117.