STEETON will be gunning for victory after a last-gasp strike gave them a dramatic draw last night.

Callum Meade's 92st-minute strike gave the Chevrons a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Garstang at Cougar Park.

Garstang took the lead with 15 minutes gone through Jonathan Hothersall. But Andy Briggs evened things up two minutes later, rolling the ball under the keeper from a tight angle after pouncing on a defensive mistake.

Garstang restored their lead four minutes before half-time via a superb strike from Billy McKenna, which left Steeton goalkeeper Fletcher Paley helpless.

The dramatic draw leaves Steeton 12th in the Hallmark Security League Division One North.

Now Roy Mason's men will be looking to go one better when they host Ashton Town on Saturday.

Silsden will be hoping to put last week's disappointing 1-0 defeat to bottom-placed Abbey Hey when they travel top third-from-bottom West Didsbury & Chorlton on Saturday.

Danny Forrest's Silsden are 12th in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division.

Meanwhile, Thackley will be looking to climb up the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division when they travel to 14th-placed Garforth Town on Saturday.

The Dennyboys are four points behind their hosts and have a seven-point cushion on third-from-bottom Hall Road Rangers.

One place and one point above Thackley are Albion Sports, who host 12th-placed Staveley Miners Welfare.

Liversedge have a trickier task in the Premier Division when they travel to Maltby Main, who are seventh.

Eccleshill United will be looking to close the gap on the top four when they go to Knaresborough Town, who are fourth.

Sean Regan's United are on a remarkable run, unbeaten in the Premier Division since October 27, a run of seven wins and two draws.

Campion will be looking to extend their lead at then top of Division One when they go to fourth-placed Nostell Miners Welfare.

Campion are four points clear and have a game in hand over Winterton Rangers, who are second.

In the Evo-Stik League Premier Division, Farsley Celtic face a top-of-the-table battle in the North East this weekend.

Table-toppers Celtic travel to South Shields' Mariners Park, with a game in hand but level points with their hosts.

The clash could go some way to decide which of these two teams has the momentum going into the title run-in.

Brighouse Town are without a game this weekend.