Guiseley made it a double celebration when the newly promoted club added a second trophy to their season’s haul.

The Lions followed up the previous weekend’s UniBond Premier Division title with the Peter Swales Challenge Shield.

They clashed with Division One South champions Mickleover Sports at Nethermoor and won on penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Manager Steve Kittrick had watched Mickleover beat halifax Town in midweek and expected a tough test.

He wasn’t disappointed because Mickleover really tested the UniBond Premier Division champions.

After a long and arduous season for both clubs, the Lions and their visitors mutually agreed to avoid extra-time.

The arrangement was that if the game was level after 90 minutes they would go straight into the shoot-out.

It was just as well that they made the agreement before the game because 30 minutes of extra time was the last thing the two battle-weary squads needed.

The home side were first to threaten and visiting keeper Chris Dodsley did well to palm away Simon Ainge’s low ball across the area.

The visitors replied through Eric Graves but his effort was headed out from under the bar by Danny Ellis before the lively Derbyshire side took the lead.

Danny Martin scored with a sweet long-range strike which stunned Guiseley.

Just before half-time Simon Ainge cut in from the right, his pass was helped on by James Walshaw to Simon Johnson who slotted home.

The second half was goalless so the match was decided by a penalty shoot-out which Guiseley won 5-3.

Jezz Fitzgerald, Stuart Rudd, Johnson, Steve Burton and Ainge netted for Guiseley.

Michleover goalscorer Martin had his team’s first penalty saved by Jon Worsnop.and that proved decisive.

Guiseley will be joined in Blue Square Conference North next season by Boston United who defeated Bradford Park Avenue 2-1 after extra time in the play off final.

Guiseley will be holding their Centenary Dinner at Headingley on May 15.