Scholes will have a new-look line-up when they defend the Drakes League Premiership title this summer.
The Chapelgate side have signed Northern Districts batsman and off-spinner Tom MacRury from New Zealand as their overseas recruit for 2016.
And they have landed talented all-rounder Alex Clegg from Meltham to bolster the side under skipper James Noble.
Scholes carried off the Byrom Shield and reached the Sykes Cup final last season, and they are in this season’s Black Sheep Yorkshire Champions Trophy (which they won in 2010) along with the major Drakes competitions.
Northern Knights batsman Joe Carter, who won the league batting prize for a second time last summer, is taking time out during the New Zealand winter and not returning to the UK.
First-class spinner Jono Boult, who played part of last season at Chapelgate and made a big impression, is also staying at home, while Pete Drysdale is planning to watch his brother, Mahe, row in the Olympics in Brazil.
Batsman Toby Booth has joined Kirkburton.
MacRury, 21, is under the tutelage of Northern Districts head coach James Pamment and is on the verge of first-class honours.
He is already a strong performer for the Districts A side as well as Bay of Plenty – he is a left-hand opening batsman and right-arm off-spinner – and he hit an unbeaten century for his club side, Greerton, as they won the Baywide Cup final against Cadets at Pemberton Park.
MacRury finished 128 not out in a total of 224, which proved just enough to hold off the Cadets – featuring Boult and two other Scholes players, Louis Brook and Tommy Boorman – as they were held on 218-7.
In addition to the Baywide Cup, he helped Bay of Plenty win the Fergus Hickey Trophy in 2015 as well.
Known as Mox, MacRury was originally from Perth and represented Western Australia at Under 16 level before becoming part of the Northern Districts set-up.
Now a regular member of Pamment’s training squad, he was first picked in 2014 and comes to Huddersfield cricket recommended not only by his coach, but by Carter.
Clegg needs no introduction to Drakes League supporters, having been a Joe Lumb player and first-team regular at Meltham, where he was skipper last season.
The university student, who played Premiership cricket the previous season, helped Meltham finish fourth in the Jedi Sports Championship last season with 44 wickets at 19.59 and 441 runs at 20.05.