Keighley Cup 1st Round
Steeton entertain Bingley Town tomorrow at Summerhill Lane in the 1st round of the Keighley Cup. Kick off is 1.30pm.
The reserves travel to Westbrook in league action. Their game kicks off at 2.30pm
The Under 18's host local rivals Silsden on Sunday in a game that kicks off at 2.00pm
All support is welcome for all three games.
Steeton 4 Huddersfield YMCA 1
Steeton recordeded only their second win of the season following a convincing win over Huddersfield YMCA.
Lee Reilly headed home in the first minute only for the visitors to level almost immediately. Reilly then headed his second and late goals from Andy Holden and Mark McGee ensured that the points were in the bag.
Match report is on the club forum and check out our Facebook page for all off Simon Pickles excellent photographs.
The reserves went down 3-1 at Dudley Hill. Josh Huntley scoring the consolation goal.
The Under 18's had a great 6-3 win over Long Lee. Tom Leach, Jack Wrigglesworth, Lewis Robinson, Joe Meegan, Harry McGowan and an own goal were on target for Steeton.
Steeton have appointed Mick Gillmartin as new coach for the Under 18s. Mick will work with manager John Mortimer and Roy Mason.
Mick is no stranger to local foitball and had a spell with Steeton as a player under Paul Ettenfield. Latterly he has been working with Keighley Shamrocks.
Steeton progressed to the second round of the County Cup following a dramatic 5-4 penalty shoot out win over Headingley.
Josh Brooksbank saved the vital fifth penalty in order for Mark McGee to level things up with Steeton's fifth kick. Brooksbank then saved the next penalty to leave Sam Rooke to fire home to ensure Steeton progressed.
Danny McNulty had levelled things up to take the game into extra time.
The reserves went down 6-1 at Sherburn White Rose.
The Under 18's drew 4-4 with leaders Salts. Josh Ferguson and Jack Wrigglesworth both grabbing a brace a piece. Ferguson had the chance to win the game but saw his late penalty saved.
Match report on forum from the first team game.