STEETON will be looking to make it through to the last-eight of the West Riding County Cup next week.

They were due to visit Harrogate Railway on December 7 for their second round clash, but the game was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

The game will now be played this coming Tuesday instead.

If Steeton win, they will visit Brighouse Town in the quarter-finals.

The other last-eight ties are: Albion Sports v Guiseley, Liversedge v FC Halifax Town, and Campion v Farsley Celtic/Garforth Town.

Speaking of County Cup quarter-finalists Guiseley, they are also going to have to re-arrange a game.

Due to them receiving a bye into the FA Trophy fourth round after scheduled opponents Chesterfield had to pull out due to Covid complications, they now know they will be in cup action on January 15.

That obviously means they cannot face Alfreton Town in the National League North that day as planned, so the league encounter will have to be re-arranged.

Guiseley confirmed that they would announce the re-arranged date for that Alfreton clash in due course.