Vauxhall Motors 2 Guiseley 0
MOTORS put a dent in Guiseley’s title hopes by clinching a well-deserved victory at Rivacre Park on Saturday.
The game was watched by a larger-than-average crowd of 357, with fans taking advantage of the club’s ‘bring a friend for free’ offer.
The best chances of the opening 45 minutes all fell to Vauxhall.
Chris Noone, Craig Mahon and Louis Barnes all hit efforts from 20 yards which narrowly missed the target.
Guiseley began the second half well, but James Walshaw and Matty Wilson failed to test Motors goalkeeper Zac Jones as their efforts flew off target.
The opening goal came to the hosts on 55 minutes.
Michael Burns’ corner from the right was half cleared and the ball fell to Noone, who sent a stunning half volley into the top corner from long range.
Vauxhall doubled their lead on 74 minutes.
Lions goalkeeper Steven Drench dropped a ball played into the area and Obi Anoruo was on hand to poke home in into the an empty net.
Vauxhall: Jones, Fearnehough (Wainwright 50), Barnes, Hannigan, Nicholas, Noone, Mahon, Anoruo (Clair 89), Rutter, Stott, Burns. Subs: Kocsis, Moss, Ellison.