There are a small amount of tickets left on sale for the coach trip to Woodkesford on Thursday. These are now only on sale at The Goats Head and Steeton Newsagents. These are priced at £7.00. Admission on the gate is £3.00.
We have two supporters coaches that will leave Steeton Transport Cafe at 17:15 prompt. Supporters are advised that they can leave there cars at the Transport Cafe.
Steeton Scarves are also now on sale at £8.00. These are available from The Goats Head and will also be sold on the coaches and at the ground.
Change of headquarters
Due to the sudden closure of the Old Star this week, the club have been forced into moving headquarters. As from now the club will be run from The Goats Head.
We would like to thank Gill and Jason for all their support over the past eighteen months and we wish them both all the best for the future.
The club was very grateful to Craig, the landlord of the Goats Head, for stepping in a short notice to put food on for us after the Littletown game in Saturday.
We look forward to working together as focal points of the community.
Tickets for the coach trip to Woodlesford can be bought from the Goats Head now as can club scarves.
As the semi final approaches we can confirm that we are now only selling tickets from the following venues. The Goats Head, Keighley Liberal Club and Steeton Newsagents.
The club would like to thank Scott Turkington for all his efforts over the past couple of seasons. Due to work and family commitments "Simple As" no longer can devote the time required to the role. The club would like to wish him and his family all the best for the future.
The club will make further announcements about who is going to help reserve team manager, Clark O'Dwyer shortly. But it is unlikely all full time appointment will be made until the summer.
Bradford PA U18s 3 Steeton U18s 13
Steeton rattled in an incredible thirteen goals today in a convincing win over Bradford Park Avenue.
Casey Dowthwaite and Josh Ferguson hit hat-tricks, whilst further goals from Tom Leach, Dom Mortimer, Jonson Butterfield, Lewis Robinson, Jack Wrigglesworth, Pat Husarz and Ben Wedge brought up the resounding win.