STEETON start their home campaign against Lower Breck tomorrow night at Cougar Park.

The Chevrons started the season with a 2-1 win at AFC Blackpool on the opening day in Hallmark Security League Division One North, but then went down to Garstang on Wednesday night.

Manager Roy Mason is hoping that they can increase support this season as they embark on the second campaign at semi professional level.

He said: "It would be great for us to average crowds of 200 plus this season, we have shown last year that there is the potential to do this but we need the people of Keighley to really get behind us this season.

"We are a young team of local players that are improving all the time.

"Having that support at Cougar Park really does mean a lot to the players and if we can keep attracting people down then our home support can act like a 12th man for us.

"The visitors tomorrow are based in Liverpool and currently have a 100 per cent league record following two league victories, however they went out of the FA Cup on Saturday when they lost 2-1 to Charnock Richard."

Steeton have been rocked by an early season blow with defender, Sam Rooke suffering a serious knee injury at Garstang and he is likely to miss the majority if not all the current campaign.

Mason added: "It's a huge blow to us as Rookie is a big asset to us in both penalty area's and we will miss his aerial presence."

Tomorrow night's game kicks off at 7.45pm and is £5 adults, £3 concessions and 16 and Under are free. The club has also advised supporters that the top turnstiles will not be open this season due to the roadworks that are on going and supporters should use the main Royd Ings Avenue entrance.