STEETON are back in action again tomorrow as they face Chadderton at Cougar Park, with a win giving them the chance to move off the bottom of the North West Counties League Division One North.

The Chevrons should go into the game with confidence high, following last Saturday's 2-1 victory against Golcar.

They also managed to grind out a hard fought 1-1 draw at Ashton Town on Tuesday night, thanks to Tobias Jeffrey's 90th minute equaliser.

Steeton manager Roy Mason has been pleased with the last two games but knows that his side must also keep their foot on the gas.

He said: "We need to push forward now and try and get a good run going.

"I was pleased for the players this week. They are a great bunch of lads with a great work ethic and they want to improve.

"The mood in the camp has been good despite some of the results so far this season and getting four points in the last seven days should boost confidence.

"We have added a couple of new faces to the squad who have fitted in really well and are making a difference on the pitch as well."

Tomorrow's game kicks off at 3pm and admission is £5 for adults and £3 for concessions, while anyone 16 or under gets in for free.

Mason is urging people to get down, saying: "Having a big home support really does make a difference.

"I understand that it's been tough this season, but at times like this we need to pull together both on and off the field."

The club are also running their annual race night tomorrow at Cougar Park at 7:30pm. There is no admission charge and all supporters of both clubs are welcome to attend.