Steeton AFC

County Cup Win

Sun 04 Oct 2015

Steeton produced one of their best performances of the season to see off Goole United. In a repeat of the 2013/14 semi final, the hosts started the stronger. A Sam Rooke header put Steeton 1-0 up and Andy King quickly doubled the lead with a smartly taken goal. 

Lee Reilly then found Tim Hird, who's sublime lob over the advancing keeper made it 3-0. Reilly himself was then fouled in the box as despatched the resulting penalty to make it 4-0. 

Goole then pulled a goal back from a corner and a free kick on the edge of the box gave Sam Moore no chance before they then scrambled a third. Goole then threw everything at a Steeton in the last ten minutes but as a unit we defended superbly to see out the win. 

This was on the back of a difficult week for the club who lost Nicky McNally on the eve of the game as he elected to go back to Silsden. 

The reserves were unlucky as they went down 3-2 to Ventus Yeadon. Jamie Longley and Andy Howland were on the scoresheet for Steeton

Weekend Results

Mon 28 Sep 2015

Steeton progressed to the second round of the league cup following a 4-0 win over lowly Hunsworth in a game that was more one sided than the score suggests. Lee Reilly put Steeton ahead from the penalty spot before Joe Park doubled the lead. Reilly then grabbed his second from close range & Aaron Abass hit his first goal for the club to wrap things up late on.

The reserves went down 3-1 to Overthorpe, assistant manager, Damien Whiteoak grabbing Steeton's goal.

Back to winning ways

Mon 21 Sep 2015

Steeton returned to winning ways following a 3-2 win over Dudley Hill. A brace from Nicky McNally and a Lee Reilly penalty was enough to settle matters at Summerhill Lane.

The reserves went down 4-2 at Overthorpe with Andy Briggs and Jack Morrall on target for the reserves.


Bad day all round

Sun 13 Sep 2015

It was a case of a bad day at the office with both teams suffering defeats. The first team lost 5-2 at Littletown. Nicky McNally and Andy King were on the scoresheet for The Chevrons, who again had key players missing.

The reserves went down 2-1 to league leaders Honley. Alistair Morgan had headed a leveller only for the visitors to nick the game in the last minute.