This Saturday the club will host it's Christmas Raffle at Goats Head.
There are various prizes on offer with the top prize being a Samsung 32" LED TV.
Tickets are priced at £1 and are available from Goats Head, The Boltmakers Arms and from any player or official.
If anyone can donate a prize then please let us know.
Both Matches Postponed
Both tomorrows games have been postponed. Despite Thornton Utd having a 3G pitch the amount of snow and freezing conditions forecast overnight, both managers were happy to make an early decision and call the game off.
The reserves game against Hunsworth has also fallen foul of the weather. With large parts of Summerhill Lane covered in snow. It made sense to make another early call.
Steeton Progress to last 16
Steeton progressed to the last sixteen of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup with a 2-1 wiin over Boroughbridge.
Two Andy Briggs goals in the first half proved to be the difference. The visitors pulled a goal back midway through the second half, but Steeton held strong and now face Salts in the next round on 6th January at Summerhill Lane.
The reserves drew 4-4 with TVR. Goals from Will Knight (2), Andy Howland and Jack Richmond esnure honours were even.
The U18's beat Oxenhope 2-1 with goals from Harry Farnell and Lee Harwood.
With the first team having no game this weekend the spotlight falls on the reserves, who face Bradford FC at Summerhill Lane on Saturday.
Kick off is 2pm and all support is welcome. However after a week of heavy rain there will be an early morning pitch inspection.
The U18's face a trip to Salts on Sunday.
The U19's bowed out of the Pat Rice Trophy this week as they lost 10-9 on a penalty shoot out to Nostell MW.
After being 3-0 down they pulled back to 3-3 only for the home side to restore the lead, however Toby Jeffrey sent the game to penalties with a 96th minute leveller.
Steeton's other goals came from Ryan Newall, Alex Briggs (pictured) and Ben Clarkson.