Scholes earned a maximum points win over Brighouse last Saturday as they closed the gap on Bradford League Division Two leaders Morley to 16 points.
Opener Kasir Maroof made a superb 116 and shared a second-wicket stand of 136 with overseas player Atif Zaidi (61) as Scholes made 266-5.
Maroof’s 119-ball innings contained 17 fours and a six to set Scholes on their way.
Left-arm spinner Danny Cross took his haul of wickets for the season to 31 with 5-55 as Brighouse were dismissed for 170.
Morley stay top, as they look to make a swift return to the first division, following a six-wicket win over Baildon.
Gomersal are third, 21 points behind Scholes with a game in hand, following a 120-run victory over Windhill.
Opener Graham Hilton made an impressive 122 from 119 balls, including 17 fours and two sixes, as he helped his side reach 288-6.
Hilton was joined in a second-wicket stand of 157 by New Zealander Ben Hyde (65).
Windhill lost early wickets in reply as James Russell claimed 5-39.
Mohammed Yasin made a battling 54 and Shoaib Iqbal (45)but Windhill were dismissed for 168.
Spen Victoria recorded a 130-run derby win over Hartshead Moor.
Oliver Davison (50) and Zarak Khan (40) were the key contributors to Spen’s 210, with Andrew Parratt (4-45) pick of the Hartshead bowlers.
Adal Islam and Abid Awan both took identical figures of 5-37 as Spen dismissed Hartshead for 80 and they are fifth in the table, 28 points behind Scholes with a game in hand.