Steeton 4 Salts 1
Steeton produced a fine display to claim the points in their first home game of the season over Salts. Graham Holmes headed in Jonson Butterfield's cross for the opener before Lee Rhodes levelled things up. Lee Reilly then headed home Michael Rhodes' cross field ball. Holmes was then to strong for the visitors and stabbed his second of the game. With the clock then running down Olly Hunter secured the points with a fine solo goal.
The result set Steeton up nicely for a trip to Lower Hopton on Saturday.
Season starts with a win
Steeton had to come from behind to claim the points on Saturday against newly promoted Overthorpe. Elliot Brookes put the home side ahead just before half time before Lee Reilly headed and leveller and with only seven minutes remaining Lee Thompson headed the winner from Olly Hunter's corner.
The resereves drew 2-2 with Wibsey. New signing Will Knight grabbing both goals
New Kit Launched
The club yesterday launched it's new home and away kit for 2016/17 season.
The home kit is all green with the Hummel chevrons running down the side of the body and through the shorts.
The away kit is a return to white, which was the colour of our first ever Hummel away kit and also the colour that the club won the county trophy in.
The kits bear the clubs new badge and has the new sponsors logo Acorn Stairlifts on the front of the shirt and Hunters Proctor & Co on the back and the front of the shorts.
New signing, Ben Richardson joined teammates Alistair Morgan, Andy Holden, Joe Mason and Wayne Mahomet at the launch last night, which also included members of the Acorn workforce.
To see the full range of pictures from the shoot visit our Facebook page
Season kicks off tomorrow
Tomorrow sees both teams start their league campaigns for the West Riding County Amateur Football League 2016-17 Season.
The First Team travel to Dewsbury to face newly promoted Overthorpe Sports Club FC and the Reserves face Wibsey FC at Summerhill Lane. Both fixtures kick off at 2.30pm so all support is welcome.