Steeton Res 1 Hunsworth 4
The reserves went down in their penultimate game of the season. Ross Bailey struck an early goal to give Steeton the lead, but a leveller just before half time brought Hunsworth level. They then took the lead early into the second period and as play got stretched they then took control with two further strikes. The reserves now finish next Wednesday with a home game with Wibsey.
Reserves win final away game
Steeton Reserves won their final away game of the season following Ross Bailey's strike at Campion last night.
They are now left with two home games, a game against Hunsworth on Wednesday evening and a game with Wibsey on Saturday.
The first team wrap their season up tonight with a home game with champions elect Ovenden. Kick off is 6.15 pm
Despite the reserves going down 3-0 at home to Ventus Yeadon, the ensured that they remain in the first division next season.
After winning promotion last season, the emphasis was on youth this season and bringing the under 18 players through into senior football. Whilst there has been some ups and downs in the season the young players have all come on and the future looks bright. Added to this they have won the Keighley Supplementary Cup as well. The management team of Clark O'Dwyer, Scott Turkington and laterly John Mortimer deserve massive credit for what they have achieved with this bunch of players.
Steeton Reserves won the Keighley Supplementary Cup Final with a 4-3 penalty shoot out win over Oxenhope Reserves.
After the game finished 0-0, it was down to who held their nerve in the shoot out and Ross Bailey, Mark McGee, Josh Ferguson all slotted home and once Oxenhope missed their final kick. Jack Richmond stepped up to blast the ball home and ensure the cup made the journey back to Summerhill Lane.