Steeton moved into the semi final of the Keighley Cup following a 9-2 win over AFC Sporting.
Lee Reilly struck five times and a brace from Mark McGee plus goals from Ben Sutcliffe and Joe Park saw Steeton ease their way through to the last four.
The reserves went down 4-3 to Storthes Hall Reserves. Goals from Greig Hudson(2) and Josh Huntley were not enough to gain a share of the points that the performance deserved
This weekends games
Steeton travel to Storthes Hall this Saturday. With manager, Roy Mason away on business, skipper Damien Whiteoak takes charge for the first time in a league game.
Kick off is 2pm.
The reserves face Overthorpe at home in the league cup. Kick off is 1.45 and all support is welcome for the reserves who face the prospect of only one home game this month.
A Lee Reilly penalty proved to be the difference between Steeton and Rawden OB yesterday in a entertaining encounter at Summerhill Lane.
Reilly himself was hauled down in the box and dusted himself down to despatch the spot kick.
Steeton now face a trip to Salts FC in December.
The first team went down 2-1 at Littletown, Sam Rooke was the goalscorer.
The reserves went down 6-1 at home to Dram Community. Chris Wheater was the scorer.
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