Steeton will look to put last Saturday's disappointment behind them by reaching the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division Cup semi-finals tomorrow (1.45pm).

Having missed out on a last-four spot in the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup, when they were well beaten by holders Carlton last week, the Keighley-based side have another chance to make knockout progress when they host Littletown.

The Chevrons are aiming for revenge, the Heckmondwike team having beaten them 5-3 in last season’s semi-finals on their way to winning the trophy.

The quarter-final tie between Route One Rovers and DRAM Community FC, has been postponed until next month, with

second-placed Rovers hosting Lepton Highlanders in the Premier Division.

Leaders Salts visit Wibsey, while Campion travel to Thornton United.

Golcar United seek to keep the league's interest up in the County FA Challenge Cup with victory in their delayed quarter-final tie against Alwoodley.

Salts Reserves take on Leeds City OB in the County FA Challenge Trophy, with Division One leaders Ovenden West Riding playing Shelf FC at Westwood Park.