Steeton have only won two matches in the Aire-Wharfe League Premier Division compared to three in the cup this season.

Their batting failed them at second-placed Collingham on Saturday, who won the toss and scored 215-8.

That was despite skipper Stephen Pearson taking excellent figures 6-48, including dismissing all of the Collingham top four.

The visitors could only score 108 after tea, as Craig Walton and Adam Smith top-scored with 21 each.

Steeton are second bottom on 65 points, 30 ahead of seemingly-doomed Bilton but only 11 behind Tong Park Esholt.

Meanwhile, Harden have greatly improved their survival chances in Division One after a five-wicket home victory over Colton Institute.

Andy Wear sent Colton in and they were dismissed for 175, Matthew Hogg taking wickets at either end of the innings and finishing with an excellent 4-24 from 14 overs.

Wear helped to shift the middle order and tail by taking 4-38, and then strapped his pads on to score 62 opening the innings after tea.

He hit 12 fours and, while wickets fell at the other end, he added 65 for the fourth wicket with keeper Will Grace (58 not out).

The latter finished the job in the 41st over alongside Tom Stordy (30no), as they put on 62 unbroken to see their side over the line.