Half Time: Gainsborough Trinity 0 Guiseley 1
Gainsborough Trinity conceded at the worst possible time as Guiseley went in at the break a goal to the good.
The goal that separates the two sides was a rare moment of quality in the game, with Wayne Brooksby firing his shot into the top corner from 25 yards after 43 minutes. But it will be the time he had to line up his shot that will anger Steve Housham.
It was an even half, with the visitors looking dangerous on the break, but the home side having most of the possession.
After 12 minutes a ball over the last defender from Darryn Stamp found Bradley Barraclough, but the strikers chip over the keeper went wide of the post.
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The crowd at the Northolme were on their feet after 22 minutes when Stamp hit a first-time volley with real venom from the edge of the area, but Guiseley keeper Steve Drench made a superb save at full stretch.
A Trinity corner on the half-hour mark was floated in by Jonathan Williams and met on the volley by Greg Young, but his first time effort was blocked by a defender and the ball was cleared.
Guiseley’s best chance of the half fell to Michael Potts on 43 minutes, but he lost his balance as he hit the ball and it went wide of Phil Barnes’ goal.
Trinity: Barnes, Roma, Young, Ward, Wilde, Leary, Russell, J. Williams, Barraclough, Jones, Stamp; subs: Lacey, Davis, Williams, Batty, Park.
Guiseley: Drench, Rea, Meynell, Potts, Ellis, Ible, Brooksby, Holdsworth, Hobson,. Marsh, Rothery; subs: Burgess, Priestly, Scott, Harrison, Montgomery.