Guiseley grabbed a last-minute equaliser as they gained a 4-4 draw against Woking.
Guiseley manager Mark Bower said: “We didn’t do the basics well and we let in four goals, but I have an over-riding sense of pride to come back from 2-0 down early on and get something out of this.”
The Lions were two nil down within the first 15 minutes with Johnny Goddard grabbing both goals, the first from a free-kick which looped in, and when he was found in the area by Boku run and was able to slot the ball into the back of the net.
Defender Rob Atkinson made it 2-1 from a corner and Will Hatfield set up Nicky Boshell for a 40th-minute equaliser.
Woking got back in front before the end of the half through defender Brian Saah’s header from a corner.
Guiseley started the second half well and Tom Craddock scored his first goal for the club.
Woking were back in front soon after striker Dan Holman beat the offside trap and delivered a cool finish.
Just when it looked like Guiseley were to lose, a long throw found Jake Lawlor, who tapped home.
Guiseley: Drench, Toulson, Lockwood, Parker, Atkinson, N Boshell (Brooksby 55) , Hatfield, Thompson (Porritt 78) Lawlor, Boyes (Craddock 68), Dickinson. Unused substitutes: S Dickinson, D Boshell.
Woking: Cole, Caprice (Pattie 89), Saah, Poku, Arthur, Thomas, Andrade (Daniel 65), Cardwell, Goddard, Keohan, Holman (Sole 82). Unused substitutes: Jones, Hamann.