MOLDGREEN and St Joseph's A teams are flying the Huddersfield Pennine League Supplementary Cup flags.
Moldgreen set up a home quarter-final meeting with Thornton after winning 14-10 at Cowling Harlequins.
And St Joseph's kept their Supplementary Cup hopes alive with a 46-14 victory at Barnsley side Hoyland Vikings A.
Both were excellent victories, with Moldgreen, in particular, having to dig deep to secure their success.
The visitors did all the early running against their hosts, but had to wait 20 minutes to take the lead when strong work from Dave Wood, Mark Weston and James Brown set up Lee King to crash over powerfully by the posts for Rowan McAndrew to add the first of his five goals.
McAndrew then added a penalty before Cowling struck back to narrow the gap to 8-6.
But Moldgreen's dominant pack, led by Amar Siddiq, made sure they finished the half on the front foot as a second penalty was added to give the visitors a four-point interval advantage.
And with Wood, Tim Reed, Ashley Miller and Winston Davies all working well, it was no great surprise that Cowling were forced to concede two penalties and McAndrew took full advantage.
Unfortunately, the home side cut the deficit with a dubious try to set up a tense final 10 minutes.
But with Gary John and Jonny Ward tackling well, the visitors held out.
It was far more straight forward for St Joseph's, however, who were always in control against Hoyland.
At the heart of the win was the outstanding Leon Alexis, who grabbed a superb hat trick of tries.
And also in quality form was Danny James with a 22-point haul from two tries and seven goals.
However, the pick of the tries came from Saints player-coach Joe Kelly, who raced 80m to score a thrilling solo try.
Yet even though Alexis and James were the main points-scorers, the man-of-the-match went to scrum half Gareth Carter.