All three teams were winners this weekend - with both senior teams progressing in the county cup and the Juniors also winning.
Adam Spencer hit a hat trick in the first teams 6-4 win over Alwoodley - Michael Rhodes struck twice and Lee Reilly came of the bench to score the sixth from the spot.
The reserves beat Salts reserves 6-0. Ross Bailey struck three times as well. Further strikes from Josh Huntley, Craig Gregory and Mark McGee saw us through.
The U18's won their first game in the U18 A division with goals from Euan Sessford, Jonson Butterfield, Casey Dowthwaite, Josh Ferguson and Lewis Robinson in a 5-2 win over Long Lee.
County Cup Today
Both teams are in County Cup action today. The first team entertain Alwoodley from the Yorkshire Amateur League,
The Reserves face Salts Reserves at Marley as both teams were drawn at home.
Both games kick off at the earlier time of 13.00
Steeton bow out
A four goal haul from Michael Garnett was the difference in an entertaining nine goal thriller in front of a large crowd at Summerhill Lane as Oxenhope dumped out the holders at the first hurdle.
A header own from Scott Nelson put Steeton ahead only for Garnett to level a minute later. James Bailey & Garnett again put Oxenhope in pole position but Andy King and Adam Spencer levelled things up. Garnett headed a fourth for the visitors a minute later and spun to fire a fifth before Pete Hanson pulled one back in the last minute.
Bay Athletic 3 Steeton 2
Steeton were left pointless in what was a terrific advert for the WRCA league, after a late Kitson Gayle strike won the points fir the reigning champions. Andy Holden levelied up after Bay took an early lead and Holden then put us ahead before a penalty for Bay drew them level. Both sides went flat out for the win and it was the home side who grabbed it in injury time.
Steeton Reserves 2 West Horton 6
The reserves went down to West Horton who proved too strong in the second half. With the scores level at 2-2 Steeton hoped to push on and win the game but the visitors proved to be the stronger side and deservedly took the points. Ross Bailey grabbed both our goals.
Thornton U18 1 Steeton U18 8
Euan Sessford struck five times as Steeton romped to victory at Thornton further strikes from Aaron Dickson, Sam Warriner and an OG ensured the points came back to Summerhill Lane.