After the defeat Guiseley joint-manager Russ O’Neill said: “It is obviously something that is very frustrating, we didn’t reach the levels that we needed to. This was the chance to continue and go on a cup run, that is now gone.”
After their first attempt to play this tie was postponed a fortnight ago, Guiseley got the game underway and made a perfect start.
Good play by Kaine Felix led to him passing to Lewis Walters, he put a pass into the area and Rowan Liburd had a tap-in.
The Lions though saw their hard work undone when a well worked free-kick was headed in by Matty Blinkhorn who was given time and space to get his effort on target.
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As the half progressed, there were few chances yet just before half-time Lewis Walters was found in the area, from a corner but on the half-volley he just got too much on his effort and it went over.
The second-half saw the National North hosts create a chance when Lancaster goalkeeper Aidan Stone was tackled by Liburd but the ball was cleared from the area by a quick thinking Craig Stanley.
The visitors would take the lead thanks to some poor marking as a cross found Steve Williams who on the second attempt had a tap-in from four yards out as the Lions bowed out on a frustrating night.
In what was a wholly frustrating night for the National League North side, they tried to push men forward but didn’t create any late chances.