ADEL were confirmed as Aire-Wharfe League Division Two champions on Saturday after their clash with second-placed Ben Rhydding was rained off.

The chasing pack changed order as a result too, with third-placed Follifoot getting their game on and beating Skipton, jumping into the second promotion place while their opponents fell deeper into relegation trouble.

After taking 4-31, Follifoot's Istikhar Hussain scored 75 with the bat as his side chased down a target of 138, Yasar Ali taking 5-21, with relative ease for an eight-wicket win.

That leaves Follifoot three points ahead of Ben Rhydding as the race for promotion comes to its climax, while Leeds Modernians need only four points to ensure that Skipton are relegated with Thackley and that they survive, after their match with Kirkstall Educational failed to go ahead.

The rain also worked in Beckwithshaw's favour, who need just eight points to be confirmed as Division One champions after their clash with second-placed Otley was cancelled.

However, being unable to play leaves Saltaire feeling uneasy in Division Three.

The already-promoted side saw their final fixture of the season with Bardsey rained off, meaning they have done all they can to be crowned champions.

Olicanian can still snatch the title from them if they pick up the six points required this weekend.

Only two more of the scheduled 16 games were completed over the weekend, one in each of the top two tiers.

In Division One, Guiseley defeated Colton is a 20-over sprint in the only match to survive.

James Thistlethwaite (46) and Michael Truswell (33) were the top scorers in Guiseley's 126-6 before Marcus Brown (5-35) and Heynrich Nel (3-13) skittled out relegated Colton for 67.

And in the other Division Two game, Tong Park Esholt beat Addingham by 68 runs.

Philip Hiley (52) and Muhammed Nadim (40) led the way as Tong Park Esholt posted 192-5.

Nadim (3-47) then teamed up with Mick Scott (3-30) and Mahir Ali (3-16) to dismiss Addingham for 124, despite resistance from Robert Ellis (35no).