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
U18 Sponsor Required
The club is looking for a company to put their name on the new Under 18 teams shirts for next season.
Please contact Roy Mason via email email@example.com for more infomation.
This is a great opportunity for a local business to get involved in the club.
Campion Next Up
Our next home game see's us face Campion on Wednesday 24th August.
Kick off is 6.15pm and all support is welcome.
Programmes and refreshments on sale.
Steeton suffered their first defeat of the season on Saturday when we went down 2-0 at Lower Hopton.
Despite having the lion's share of possesion in the first half we couldn't find the break through and the home side scored either side of half time to claim the points.
The reserves went down 7-3 to Holmfirth. The goals for Steeton came from Ben Clarkson, Andy Howland and Brannan Lawn.