STEETON now have a date for their historic West Riding County Cup quarter-final clash at Brighouse Town.

The Chevrons have never reached the last-eight of the competition before, having been a grassroots club in the West Riding County Amateur League until a few seasons ago.

But they are mixing it with the big boys now, and will go up against higher-tier Brighouse on Monday, January 17 at the Yorkshire Payments Stadium.

Steeton are also in action tonight, as they host Eccleshill United in a friendly at Marley.

With neither side having fixtures on New Year weekend, they are looking to get minutes in the legs ahead of their respective returns to league action this Saturday.

Guiseley or Albion Sports will be the first team through to the West Riding County Cup semi-finals when they play their last-eight clash tomorrow night.

And the former have been busy arranging games too.

After their National League North Boxing Day clash at Farsley Celtic was postponed due to snow, it will now be played on Tuesday, April 5, with a 7:45pm kick-off.

The Lions' league game at home to Alfreton Town has also been moved, with that because both sides are in FA Trophy action on Saturday, January 15.

Their game will now therefore be played at Nethermoor on Tuesday, January 25, with a 7:45pm kick-off.