GUISELEY Academy came from behind to beat Eccleshill United 2-1 on a bright, sunny Wednesday morning on the 3G at Trinity University, Horsforth,

Lacking the likes of Jack Lazenby, Lewis Collett, Joe Straker and in-form striker Keiron Ceesay, Guiseley were a bit lethargic and off the boil in the first half.

In the second half with Lewis Waddington having replaced stand-in right-back Lewis Jackson, and changing to three at the back, Guiseley went behind to a scruffy goal when the ball bounced back from a Declan Lambton save for Eccleshill to net.

Guiseley, however, started to attack well down the flanks through Nathan Newall and Tab Hussain on the left and Lewis Waddington and Adam Haw on the right.

Centre-back Nick Brayshaw made runs from deep and Luke Hogg and Aleks Starcenko held the midfield while Haw and Charlie Heath did plenty of running.

Good work by Guiseley paid off when Haw floated a cross cum shot in from the right wing that went over the Eccleshill keeper and into the net to level the scores.

Guiseley pressed on with Hussain, back to top form after his leg fracture, causing Eccleshill all kind of problems. He made an excellent run before crossing to Haw, who set Rafael Marques up to fire home the winner.