GUISELEY ended a five match run without a win when they finally killed off visitors Alfreton Town 3-2 in Tuesday night's game at a cold Nethermoor Park.

New signings Dom Tear and Thierry Latty-Fairweather had a big impact on the game, the latter after scoring on his debut at Fylde on Saturday.

Tear netted twice on Tuesday night with Alfreton twice pegging them back but Lebrun Mbeka sealed victory for the Lions with an 85th minute strike which curled in from some distance. Tear had netted in the 35th and 66th minutes.

It was a great bounce back victory for Guiseley following Saturday's defeat at AFC Flyde.

Following the eve of match transfer of leading scorer Jordan Thewlis to Spennymoor many Guiseley fans would have been wondering where the next goal was coming from. They perhaps never thought it would be from debutant left-back Thierry Latty-Fairweather but it was the Burton Albion 19 year-old who pulled the score back to 2-1 after 30 minutes against AFC Flyde.

The firmer Nottingham Forest Academy player took the place of Brad Nicholson while fellow newcomer Dom Tear also took his place in a Guiseley side that had to play for the last 35 minutes with only ten men following the dismissal of centre-back Andy Hollins.

Guiseley forged an early attack with Prince Ekpolo's fed in by Tear but his shot was straight at Bobby Jones. The Coasters replied with Sam Osbourne picking up Jones' kick out showing good control with his chest but his shot was well over. Jamie Spencer's shot on the volley from Lebrun Mbeka's long throw failed to get past the 'keeper.

In the 15th minute Fylde took the lead when a defensive error allowed Ben Tollitt to capitalise and in the 23rd minute they moved further ahead when Danny Whitehead finished well from the edge of the box.

Just a minute later Tear tried his luck but failed to trouble the 'keeper. Spencer was shown a yellow card in the 25th minute and he was soon to be followed into the book by George Cantrill and Andy Hollins.

Inbetween Ollie Brown forged a well-worked opening with a crossfield ball to Ekpolo, who slid in Tear but the newcomer had his shot blocked by the 'keeper. Mason then did well to deny Tollitt before Nick Haughton went close, his curling shot just dropping wide of the far post. Jack Evans' shot from 20 yards looked to be going in but young Owen Mason pulled off an excellent save.

As the second-half got under way Ekpolo had a shot blocked which

resulted in a corner from which Mbeka went close but the referee pulled up play having spotted a foul. Osborn had a shot cannon off the post before Brown picked out Hamza Bencherif with a good cross only for the skipper to shoot wide.

Crucially in the 56th minute Hollins received a second yellow and was dismissed from the field of play. Tollitt hit the Guiseley bar and in another Fylde attack Spencer was caught by Osbourne as the Fylde man went for a shot, Spencer tried to play on but had to leave the field to be replaced by Academy player Lewis Hey in the 72nd minute.

Before this Brad Nicholson replaced Latty-Fairweather after a double substitution by The Coasters. By this stage the red card had killed the game off and there was little action from either side although Hey's half volley from a Fylde clearance was heading in to the net before a defender blocked it on the line. The Lions continued to push for an equaliser right to the end, but couldn't and the game ended 2-1.