Steeton U18 2 Menston U18 1
A last minute penalty from Josh Ferguson saw Steeton wrap up the points that should have been in the bag really by half time. Dom Mortimer opened the scoring in the first half, but it looked as if the visitors had snatched an unlikely point with a late leveller before Ferguson kept his cool from the spot.
Kirkburton 2 Steeton 4
Steeton finally got three points on the board following a 4-2 win at Kirkburton. Andy King put Steeton ahead with an early goal before Burton levelled on the stroke of half time. An Andy Holden free kick restored Steeton's lead before two goals from Mark McGee put Steeton 4-1 up, a late goal from the home sued couldn't dampen the spirits.
The reserves went down 8-4 at home to Wakefield City
The club was deeply saddened to hear earlier this week that Julia Lee had passed away. Julia has been involved with the junior set up since the boys started playing football and helped collect subs on a Friday night at training and also was always there to lend a hand on a Sunday morning in the tea shop.
Both Julia's sons, Stevie and Pat have played for the club over the years, with Pat returning to the club this season and Stevie being the youngest ever scorer for the club in a Keighley Cup Final.
Our thoughts are with Stevie, Pat and their father Terry at this sad time.
Steeton U 18 6 Mrtyle Park U18 2
Jonson Butterfield grabbed a brace, including a superb solo goal to help the under 18 side to their first win of the season.
Josh Ferguson, Harry McGowan, Jack Wrigglesworth and a debut goal from Ben Sutcliffe ensured it was a winning start for the youngsters.