Wins for both teams
Steeton got back to winning ways following a 4-1 win at Halifax Irish. A brace from Lee Reilly adeed to earlier goals from Mark McGee and Graham Holmes ensured Steeton got the reward their dominance deserved.
The reserves best Bradford Horton Sports 4-0. All the goals came in the first half, with a Andy Briggs double and further strikes from Ben Sutcliffe and Greig Hudson saw them wrap the game up before the break.
The under 18's face Oxenhope tomorrow at Summerhill Lane at 1.30
The Under 18's beat Oxenhope this afternoon in what was to be a game of two double headers. However as the rain came down the referee deemed the pitch unplayable for the second game as it was postponed.
This was on the back of Steeton winning the first game which was one of two 25 minute halfs. Steeton took the lead when Jonson Butterfield was pulled down in the box and Josh Ferguson despatched the penalty home. Sam Fox doubled the lead when he headed home Joe Mason's cross. Jack Wriggleworth was on hand to tap in a third before Tom Leach converted after good work from Harry McGowan.
It was a bad day all round yesterday as the first team went down 1-0 to Huddersfield YMCA. A penalty just before half time proved the difference.
The reserves crashed out of the Keighley Supplemtary Cup following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Oxenhope Thirds. Greig Hudson scored Steeton's goal.
Andy Foster prepares for his first Keighley Cup Supplementary Cup Semi Final today as the reserves entertain Oxenhope 3rds at Summerhill Lane. Kick of is 1.30.
The first team travel to Huddersfield YMCA and with Graham Holmes still injured, Steeton will have to shuffle the pack slightly with Josh Huntley returning to the reserve team squad and Ben Sutcliffe coming with the first team due to being cup tied. The game kicks off at 2.30