STEETON took 20 points with a six-wicket win against Beckwithshaw in Aire-Wharfe League Division Two.

Strong bowling from Stephen Pearson (5-43) and Adam Hardwick (4-59) saw Steeton bowl the home side out for 184.

A big score of 69 not out from opener William Luxton helped Steeton, who finished on 185-4, chase down the target with 15 balls to spare.

Division Three strugglers Harden lost by six wickets at Calverley St Wilfrids.

Calverley limited Harden to 100 all out after a Vishal Shaw (5-13) masterclass. Tom Stordy and Tom Cummins each scored 30 for Harden.

Calverley then chased the total down comfortably, scoring 104-4 in 17.4 overs.

Meanwhile, Airedale held their annual ‘Biff Day’ charity fundraiser in remembrance of founding member and late club president Kenneth ‘Biff’ Smith, who died in 2014.

The event, now in its fifth year, featured a raffle, barbecue and 20-over match in a brilliant afternoon for all involved.

The match was played using commemorative ‘Biff’ wickets and showcased junior talent along with the club’s regular players.

Headed by captains Chris Gill and Tim Crossley, this was a tight game, with Gill’s side edging it by seven runs in an exciting finish.

In the past, the fundraiser has donated to charities such as the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, with this year’s proceeds being shared between Manorlands Hospice and Martin House, two charities picked by those in attendance.

The club are also looking to raise funds towards a defibrillator which would be accessible to both the cricket club and the local community.

Chairman Tim Crossley said: "Being a community club of about 40 playing and non-playing members we want to give back to the community and this year, over £250.00 will be donated."