Three Drakes Huddersfield League clubs will go into the hat for the semi-final draw in the Heavy Woollen Cup.
Jedi Sports Championship side Moorlands booked their place with a superb 112-run win over Yorkshire Premier League South rivals Treeton.
Naveed Zamurad led the way with a terrific 126, while Jared Maxwell made 53.
Treeton were dismissed for 164 with Jake Dubbeldan taking 3-26 – and all this after the Mirfield side had been skittled for just 32 the previous day!
Hoylandswaine – beaten finalists last year – defeated five-time winners Wrenthorpe in a match which produced 614 runs.
Swaine made 338 in which Michael Cranmer led the run fest with a sparkling 127, while Max Joice was dismissed for 99 and Alex Morris chipped in with 44.
The experienced Chris Leaf (five for 45) and Greg Wood (three for 57) were the pick of the Wrenthorpe bowlers.
Wrenthorpe made a spirited response with Jonathan Sleightholme (55), Darrell Hendricks (39), Jonny Smith (38) and Wood (35) helping them to 276.
Scholes won a scintillating clash with Townville at Chapelgate.
The visitors put up 298-6, Connor Harvey top-scoring with an unbeaten 56, and looked to be in the box seat.
But defending Drakes champions Scholes had other ideas as Tom Chadwick, with 77, and Tom Brook, 69, shared a solid partnership and then Eden Pearson, with four big sixes, and Kiwi Callum Hill, with a couple of boundaries, saw them home with eight balls to spare and six wickets down.
With New Farnley of the Bradford Premier being the other qualifiers, it means a new name will be engraved on the trophy as none of the four semi-finalists have previously won the famous old trophy.