Hat-trick of wins
All three teams progressed in the County Cups this weekend.
The first team beat Altofts 3-2. Andy Holden headed home Olly Hunters cross for the first goal before Lee Reilly doubled the advantadge. Steeton then switched off and conceeded just before half time. Ben Clarkson looked to have wrapped things up when he struck the third in the 89th minute, but the home side quickly pulled one back to ensure a nervy finish.
The reserves progressed following a 4-2 penalty shoot out win over Wetherby Reserves. Sam Rooke had put us ahead in normal time, however Wetherby levelled within ten minutes. Extra time failed to seperate the sides and Harry Jarman saved two kicks leaving Brannan Lawn to send us through to the next round.
Ben Clarkson continued his scoring form by hitting four as the Under 18 side beat Leeds City U18's 11-1 to progress as well.
The first team beat Golcar 4-2. Goals from Lee Reilly, Olly Hunter, Lee Thompson and debutant Alex Yates saw us leapfrog Golcar and move up to fourth place.
The reserves went down 3-1 at Golcar Reserves, Greig Hudson with a penalty proving the only consolation.
The U18's went down 2-0 to Bingley Juniors in their first league game on Sunday.
200 for Reilly
Lee Reilly scored his 200th goal for the club during Saturday's 4-1 at Lepton Highlanders. Will Knight headed home from Jonson Butterfield's corner before Reilly took over with a great hat-trick to bring up the milestone.
The reserves beat Churwell Lions 4-0, with Brannan Lawn 2, Andy Briggs and Harry McGowan on the scoresheet.
Full match reports on the clubs Facebook page.
Steeton 2 Campion 2
Despite earning a point, manager Roy Mason was left to rue a late Campion leveller and admitted that it felt more like a defeat.
Lee Reilly had put Steeton ahead from the penalty spot before Sam Rooke stabbed home a second following a great free kick from Andy Holden.
Then slack marking allowed Campion back into the game and a last minute free kick from the visitors goalkeeper, Karl Renardson sailed into the back of the net leaving Mason to reflect on what could have been. "We didn't move the ball as well as we can and play with the high tempo that suits us better. That said we had got ourselves into a winning position and threw it away. There were some harsh words spoken after the game and I make no apologies for that as we need to be better if we are to make any kind of challenge this season and quite frankly the last fifteen minutes simply wasn't good enough. That said we have another opportunity on Saturday to put things right".
Steeton face Dram at home this Saturday. Kick off is 2.30pm