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Wed 19 Apr 2017

For those unable to attend tonights game the match will be broadcast live on Drystone Radio.

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Tonights Game

Wed 19 Apr 2017

Tonight we face Boroughbridge FC from the West Yorkshire League in the West Riding County Challenge Cup Semi Final at Fleet Lane, Woodlesford. 

The game kick's off at 7.30pm.

Admission charges are £3 for Adults and £1 for Juniors and OAP's.

The supporters coach leaves Goats Head, Steeton at 5.15 and B&Q at 5.30

Steeton AFC scarves will be on sale tonight on the supporters bus.

There is covered seating for supporters and their will be both hot and cold food and drinks on sale.

For those making their own way there the poscode is LS26 8NX

We look forward to a large travelling support from Steeton and we would also like to thank Boltmakers Arms and Wintersgill Assoiciates for sponsoring the supporters bus and the players bus.

Steeton edge 7 goal game

Sun 16 Apr 2017

The first team were left an edgy last few minutes as they almost threw away a 3 goal cushion in the last five minutes as we beat Honley 4-3

Honley took the lead following a corner, Steve Pearson headed a leveller and Olly Hunter then put us 2-1 up. Graham Holnes rifled in a great goal for number three and Michael Rhodes could have made it 4-1 but saw his spot kick saved by the Honley keeper. Alex Yates struck a fourth goal from the edge of the box to increase the lead before we switched off in the last few minutes and made the game edgey.

 

The reserves had a late Darragh Davy Burke goal to thank to claim a share of the points against Golcar in a 1-1 draw.

First Defeat of 2017

Mon 10 Apr 2017

The first team lost their first game of the calendar year as they lost to Lower Hopton 2-1.

Steeton thought they had taken the lead when Sam Rooke looked to have bundled the ball home, but the referee waved play on and the home side went straight up the other end and scored.

Michael Rhodes levelled from the spot after Alex Yates was felled and Steeton then had the better chances, but it was a strike through a crowd of players that sealed the win for the home side and took them to the top of the table.