Woodlands, Cleckheaton and Hanging Heaton are all safely through to the Sovereign Health Care Priestley Cup second round after negotiating ties against second division opposition.
Farakh Hussain hit a brilliant 111 and with support from Simon Mason 43 and Pieter Swanepoel (48no), the Bradford League champions racked up 319-7 from their 50 overs.
Greg Pickles offered resistance in reply with 52 but Gomersal were bowled out for 98 as Chris Brice (4-22) and Swanepoel (3-16) did the damage.
Cleckheaton took less than 20 overs to dismiss Idle for just 90 as Andrew Deegan (4-43) and John Wood (3-16) impressed.
Wood then hit 41 not out, while Ammar Mahmood made 53 not out to steer Cleck home by nine wickets in 17.1 overs.
Hanging Heaton were given a scare before edging to a six-run win over Farsley.
Gary Fellows (50), Mark Lawson (37), Imran Dawood (34), James Stansfield (35) and David Stiff (32) chipped in as Hanging Heaton made 232-9.
Farsley’s efforts appeared to be falling short until Terry Staniforth’s late flurry of 35 put them within touching distance.
In a dramatic final over, Heaton player-chairman John Carruthers held his nerve to claim the last wicket to end with 3-55 and see his side to victory.
Spen Victoria gave a good account of themselves before losing to Lightcliffe.
Dan Shuffe continued his fine form with another half-century but Spen were bowled out for 208 in reply to Lightcliffe’s 320-7, which owed much to a sparkling 121 from Alex Stead.