Drakes Huddersfield League side Hoylandswaine are into the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup final and aiming to go one better than last year.
Beaten in the 2015 showpiece, the Haigh Lane men will get another shot against New Farnley (losing finalists in 2013) at Methley on July 31.
Michael Cranmer’s Premiership side ended Moorlands hopes of winning the cup for the first time with a six-wicket victory.
Javed Iqbal took three for 32 as Jedi Sports Championship Moorlands were dismissed for 157, a total Hoylandswaine passed with Cranmer hitting 59 and SP Singh 37.
New Farnley went through as Drakes champions Scholes were undone by former Yorkshire, Essex and Northamptonshire spinner James Middlebrook.
He took five for 30 with his off spin and was backed up by Qasim Khan (3-18) as Scholes were bowled out for 140 in reply to New Farnley’s 175.
That total owed much to the efforts of Rushy Limnechaya (45no) in the face of tight bowling from Josh Brook, with four for 21, and brother Tom (3-72).
Kiwi Tom MacRury (34) and Ronan Coleman (28) were the only Scholes batsman to show the necessary fortitude.