Steeton have appointed Mick Gillmartin as new coach for the Under 18s. Mick will work with manager John Mortimer and Roy Mason.
Mick is no stranger to local foitball and had a spell with Steeton as a player under Paul Ettenfield. Latterly he has been working with Keighley Shamrocks.
Steeton progressed to the second round of the County Cup following a dramatic 5-4 penalty shoot out win over Headingley.
Josh Brooksbank saved the vital fifth penalty in order for Mark McGee to level things up with Steeton's fifth kick. Brooksbank then saved the next penalty to leave Sam Rooke to fire home to ensure Steeton progressed.
Danny McNulty had levelled things up to take the game into extra time.
The reserves went down 6-1 at Sherburn White Rose.
The Under 18's drew 4-4 with leaders Salts. Josh Ferguson and Jack Wrigglesworth both grabbing a brace a piece. Ferguson had the chance to win the game but saw his late penalty saved.
Match report on forum from the first team game.
The first team bowed out of the league cup following a 5-2 defeat to cup holders, Ovenden. Andy King and Andy Holden scored the consolation goals.
The reserves went down 5-1 at Overthorpe with Chris Wheater again on the scoresheet.
Full match reports will be added to the forum.
Simon Pickles pictures are on our Facebook page.
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