Guiseley AFC had the chance to narrow the gap between them and Chester FC at the top of the Blue Square Bet North….
…..table to eleven points on Tuesday night, but had to be content with just one as they shared a 2-2 draw at Gloucester City.
In the end the Lions would probably settle for a share of the spoils at Whaddon Road as they had to play the entire second half with ten-men following the dismissal of Wayne Brooksby.
Josh Wilson gave the visitors the lead in the 17th minute, but Tom Webb pulled one back for the hosts on 35 minutes – 4 minutes before Brooksby`s dismissal.
Darren Edwards converted a 73rd minute penalty to give the home side the lead, but substitute Matt Wilson grabbed a last-gasp stoppage time point for Guiseley.
Third-placed Brackley Town earned a good 3-0 win at Bower Fold against a Stalybridge Celtic side who are suffering from indifferent form at present.
Veteran Jefferson Louis gave the visitors a 13th minute lead and then recent signing Izak Reid bagged a brace for Jon Brady`s side on 44 and 71 minutes to complete a good evening`s work.
Histon eased their relegation worries with a 2-0 win over Altrincham at the Glassworld Stadium.
A very poor first half from the visitors saw them outplayed for 45 minutes by Histon’s fast closing down, accurate passing and penetrative play.
A Kaine Sheppard effort in the 9th minute and a Jim Stevenson penalty in the 27th minute confirmed victory for the Stutes.