STEETON are looking to attract a big crowd down to Cougar Park this Saturday as they entertain Garstang in the Hallmark Security Counties Division One.

The crowds of late have dipped below the 100 mark and manager, Roy Mason is keen to get the support levels above three figures again.

He said: "At the start of the season we had some big crowds, maybe it was due to the novelty factor of Keighley having a semi-professional football team at Cougar Park and supporters were coming down to have a look out of curiosity, I'm not sure, but now is the time that the players really need the support of the residents of Keighley and the surrounding areas.”

Steeton have provided plenty of entertainment this season with some high scoring games so far.

Mason added: "I think that those who have been down have certainly had value for money and the feedback we have had of our matchday experience is very positive and I would encourage anyone that hasn't been down before to come down and see for themselves."

Mason is still looking at strengthening the squad and admits that he would like to bring a couple more players in.

He added: "We have a very small squad as things stand and I'd like to bring a couple more in, but they must be of the right calibre and in the right positions.”

One Steeton player attracting teams at a higher level is Andy Briggs, but Mason is delighted that Briggs has pledged his loyalty to The Chevrons.

He said: "Briggsy has had a couple of clubs showing an interest, but when I spoke to him he showed his desire and commitment to the club which in this day and age is refreshing.

"He has been with us since the age of 16 and we are delighted with the progress that he has made and the fact he is excited about the clubs future plans and progression"

The game on Saturday kicks off at 3pm and its only £5 for adults, £3 for concessions and free for children aged 16 and below.