STEETON are back in action tonight when they face Cleator Moor Celtic at Cougar Park and the Chevron's will be looking to get back to winning ways following Saturday's defeat at Atherton LR.

They are boosted with the return of last season's leading scorer, Andy Briggs.

He suffered a hand injury in January which ruled him out for the remainder of the season and has spent the summer working in America, his return to the squad will give them a timely boost.

This comes on the back of the news that Sam Rooke will be out for at least 12 months following his knee injury being diagnosed as a torn cruciate ligament injury. The defender will now have to under go surgery before he can start any rehabilitation.

Tonight's game kicks off at the slightly later time of 8pm and manager Roy Mason is hoping for a big crowd. He said: "It would be great for the people of Keighley to get behind us tonight, with a few players missing through injury the support of a big crowd just might make the difference."

Admission is £5 adults, £3 concessions and Under-16s free.