This Weeks Fixtures
The 1st team travel to Bay Athletic this weekend, in what is the game of the day in the Premier Division. With Bay in second place and Steeton in third place it should be a cracking game. For any supporters wanting to travel to the game Bay have moved grounds this season and now play at Brackenhall.
The full address is Northield Hall, Norfolk Avenue, Brackenhall, Huddersfield. HD2 1GS.
The reserves face West Horton at home and all support is welcome for them as they look to build on last weeks win at Golcar.
Kick off for both games is 2.30pm
The Under 18's travek to Thornton on Sunday, kick off is 2.00pm.
Under U18's edged out
The U18's were denied a win in controversial circumstances as a late Silsden goal from what looked an offside position stole the points for our near neighbours.
The boys played their best football of the season and had some good chances, but it wasn't to be. However there were many positives to take from the game.
The only downside was an injury suffered to skipper Joe Meegan who broke his arm two places late on in the game. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Both teams cruised through to the 2nd round of the County Cup & County Trophy yesterday.
The first team beat Denholme 7-0. Goals from Lee Reilly 3, Andy King 2 , Adam Spencer and an OG ensured a straight forward passage through.
The reserves beat Golcar 8-3. Goals from Graham Holmes 3, Mark McGee 2, Jack Richmond, Craig Gregory and an OG were enough to see of the Huddersfield outfits third string.
Adam Spencer pictured scoring the opener yesterday.
Halifax Irish 0 Steeton 3
First half goals from Adam Spencer, Danny McNulty and Lee Reilly saw Steeton take all the points at newly promoted Halifax Irish. The game was effectively over at half time as two goals in the last five minutes of the half knocked the stuffing out of the home side.
Steeton Res 1 Westbrook 2
Steeton took the lead through Josh Huntley, but then failed to take their chances and a goal in the 6 minute of first half stoppage time and a second half strike saw the visitors take the three points. The big positive was the return of Graham Holmes in the second half following a serious knee injury.
The U18's went down 3-2 in a friendly game with Long Lee, Casey Dowthwaite and Jack Wrigglesworth were the scorers.