THE quarter-final line-up for the Aire-Wharfe League’s Waddilove Cup has now been completed.

The remaining four second-round ties were played last Sunday, with Addingham, Otley, Steeton and Saltaire progressing.

Addingham were at home to Guiseley and chose to bat, making 174, opener Ricky Palacio top-scoring with 47.

Steve Dickinson had the best figures for Guiseley with 3-36, but there was nothing to shout about when the visitors batted as they were rolled over for just 47, Aniket Rana (22) scoring almost half of those.

The innings only lasted 16 overs, with Rob Ellis taking 4-22, Palacio 3-9 and Nick Farrell 2-12.

As one-sided in its own way was Otley’s visit to Tong Park Esholt.

The hosts opted to bat but could only score 149, Shahid Mehmood top-scoring with 34 at No.7.

Will Rhodes (29) and Jake Sali (24) also chipped in as George Addy took 3-38 and Steve Brown 3-16.

Otley then breezed to a nine-wicket victory inside 24 overs, with opener Alex Atkinson finishing on 87 not out off 66 balls.

Life was almost as simple for holders Steeton, who dismissed Division One visitors Bolton Villas for 160 after sending them in.

Opener Imran Patel (44) and captain Mahboob Hussain, with 32 at No.9, led the way with the willow, with only opener Siraj Hussain (24) and keeper Zeeshan Haider (20) also staying for any length of time.

Ben Hemsley took 3-41 and Paul Quinlan managed 3-58, while Steve Pearson and Tremaine Dowrich chipped in with identical figures of 2-19 each.

Steve Pearson was on the money with ball in hand once against as Steeton breezed past Bolton Villas in the Waddilove Cup.Steve Pearson was on the money with ball in hand once again as Steeton breezed past Bolton Villas in the Waddilove Cup. (Image: John Heald.)

Keeper Adam Smith then led the way with the bat for Steeton, opening the innings and scoring 58.

Luke Chapman (50no) then put on 63 for the third wicket with Hemsley (34) as Steeton won by seven wickets in the 29th over.

The best contest of the delayed second-round matches was at Ilkley, where Saltaire made 224-9 after winning the toss.

Awaise Hussain scored 78 off 92 deliveries, including nine fours and a six, and added 51 with Sandeep Singh (27).

Ilkley were struggling at 51-3 before James Raper (64) and Isaac Luffman (38) led an impressive recovery.

However, the innings then fell away from 141-4 to 202 all out, Nasir Shah taking 3-27 in Saltaire’s victory.

The quarter-finals are on Sunday, with Olicanian at home to Horsforth Hall Park, Addingham travelling to Beckwithshaw, Pool hosting Otley and Saltaire visiting Steeton.