Holders Hoylandswaine are out of the arrowselfdrive Sykes Cup.
Richard Wilkinson’s side – who have won it the last two seasons – lost by six wickets to Drakes Premiership leaders Scholes in their first Sykes Cup defeat since the 2012 semi-finals.
There was a massive shock, too, as Meltham of the Jedi Sports Championship ousted top-flight Shepley, who have been in three of the last four finals.
Going into the third-round hat with Scholes and Meltham are Kirkburton, Moorlands, Golcar, Shelley, Barkisland and Rastrick – the only representatives still left from the Cedar Court Conference.
At Haigh Lane, Hoylandswaine were given a blistering start by Gharib Nawaz and, having piled up 299 the previous day against Honley, looked set for another big total.
Nawaz hit four fours and three sixes in his 35 and Ryan Robinson had six boundaries in his 31 as Swain powered to 84-2 in 10 overs, but then the Brook brothers got to work.
Opener Louis Brook claimed two for 33 off seven overs, including the scalp of Nawaz (caught by Joe Carter at gully), and Tom Brook finished with two for 36 off his full allocation of 10.
It was Josh Brook, however, who did the strangling, posting figures of three for 14 off 10 to see the hosts dismissed for just 143 in 38.1 overs – Yasir Abbas contributing 27 at No8.
Swaine, in turn, made an excellent start with the ball and had Scholes at 14-2 off five overs, with Kesrick Williams steaming in from the Village Hall end and Abbas accurate from the bowling green side.
Carter hit five fours and a six in his 30, but Scholes were only 47-3 as he walked off and they needed a key partnership between experienced Kiwi Pete Drysdale and talented teenager Toby Booth to carry them forward.
They responded with a fourth-wicket stand of 74 to take the game away from the holders, left-hander Drysdale hitting five boundaries in his 28 and Booth playing superbly well to remain 49 not out at the end (four fours and four sixes) as Tom Brook took Scholes to victory with three successive boundaries.
George Sykes-Kenworthy was the hero for Meltham after they had totalled just 137 at Shepley, for whom Amar Rashid claimed three for 30.
Shepley would have fancied their chances, but they were dismissed for a paltry 69 as Sykes-Kenworthy returned four for 11. Skipper Danny Glover remained 31 not out for Shepley.
Skipper Andrew Smith was the man who helped set up Kirkburton’s big win at Honley, scoring a fine 118 alongside Asif Hussain’s 70, but Iqbal Khan was again in tremendous all-round form to seal the success, adding six for 32 to his 41 with the bat as Honley fell for 142 in reply to 263-5.
Golcar, who lifted the trophy in 2009, are the last winners left in and, having got to the final last year, will be hoping to go one better following their five-wicket success at home to Championship Linthwaite.
Aussie Tim Welsford took three for 30 as Linthwaite were bowled out for 177, the major contributions coming from Saifur Rehman, with 60 at No8, and 38 from Muhammad Mukhtar, the No10.
Golcar lost James Howson early, but skipper Steve Whitwam steadied the ship with 63 and Jack Hargreaves got them near to the line with a solid 51.
Chris Lloyd picked up four for 31 as Moorlands went through against visitors Kirkheaton, who reached 167 in pursuit of 245-9.
Best of the Moorlands batting was Andrew Fortis with 48, although there were solid contributions throughout the order.
South African Sash Naidoo was in terrific form again to guide Shelley to a six-wicket victory over Broad Oak.
Naidoo claimed five for 43 as the Oak were bowled out for 198, in which overseas Henry Cooper hit 51.
The man from Pretoria then top-scored with 61 and Joe Sykes added 36 as Shelley got home on 201-4 despite a three for 34 haul from Harlon Haye.
The best bowling of the second round came from Barkisland’s Chris Williams, who picked up a magnificent seven for 18 to leave Marsden spinning on 136 all out.
Alex Kaye then did the business with the bat, hitting 65 not out to add to Jamie Summerscales’ 31 as Barkisland romped home in just 24 overs.
Cedar Court Conference leaders Rastrick inflicted a second successive defeat on Thurstonland after totalling 235 at Marsh Hall Lane with the help of 51 from Alex Rowles and 48 from Brad Birkhead.
Opener Jordan Thackray with three for 46, Tom Broom with two for 47 and Dave Rishton with three for 10 were the pick of the Thurstonland attack, but their batting struggled against Oli and Jack Pearson, the latter taking four for 17 from 4.4 overs to leave the home side 134 all out.
The quarter-finals will be played on Sunday, June 14.