Keighley Cup Final
County Cup winners, Oxenhope proved too strong for Steeton on Friday. Two first half goals from Michael Garnett put Oxenhope 2-0 up at the break, before Steeton keeper Josh Brooksbank was sent off in the second half after upending Tom Marshall.
Chris Day stroked home the penalty past Sam Rooke before Dan Moriarty made the ten men pay with a fourth.
Sreeton: Brooksbank, Kershaw, Park, Barnes, Rooke, Richmond (Meegan), Holden, Hird, Reilly (Mason), Holmes, McGee (Huntley) Subs not used Whiteoak, McNulty
Steeton 3 Ovenden 0
Dom Mortimer struck twice and Alistair Morgan grabbed a far post header to ensure Steeton finished off their home campaign with a victory. Despite both teams fielding a lot of reserve players there was a lot of good football on show.
The first team went down 2-1 to champions elect Golcar United. Despite a strong display a late goal from the hosts was enough to see them move a step closer to the title.
Lee Reilly struck a penalty after Graham Holmes had been bundled over in the box to level things up after Golcar took an early lead.
The reserves went down 2-0 to Westbrook.
The Under 18's beat Salts 5-2 with goals from Ben Sutcliffe 2, Lewis Robinson, Jack Wrigglseworth and Josh Ferguson
Tyersal 0 Steeton 5
A Lee Reilly hat-trick and goals from Mark McGee and Graham Holmes saw Steeton cruise to a 5-0 win at Tyersal last night.
They had Josh Brooksbank to thank though in the first half for a string of fine saves.
We will still have a big say in the title race as they face all the top four sides in our last five games.