NATHAN Newall was the man of the moment after he netted in stoppage time to earn Guiseley a point at promotion chasing Boston United.

The youngster's 96th minute leveller was met with huge delight on a night where keeper Brad Wade was forced into making numerous saves.

Boston were the first ones to cause either stopper into action. Wade thwarted Jordan Thewlis' effort from a well worked counter attack before capturing Jordan Burrow's curled strike soon after.

The upright then received a huge clattering when Kian Harratt capitalised from Ross Fitzsimons' mistake and struck from 35 yards. Unlucky Lions!

United continued to knock on the door though. Burrow forced Wade into saving well again twice. Firstly, pushing an outside of the boot attempt wide and then parrying low.

Then came the half time whistle to halt a first half dominated by the hosts and force a substitution which would work well in the long run for Guiseley as Newall replaced Mark Howarth.

Terry Hawkridge was the player to break the deadlock. His 20-yard free kick flashed into the bottom corner.

An equaliser almost came minutes later, ex Lion Scott Garner's clearance crashed into Jonathan Wafula, who would have been eager to score against his former club, forcing the Fitzsimons to save.

Hawkyard nearly made it a set piece double but Wade stood strong to keep his team in it.

Guiseley finished the game with 10. After using all three of their substitutes, Prince Ekpolo was stretched off due to a challenge with Garner who went into the book.

The injury led to the addition of seven minutes. The away side used up six of those before gaining a dramatic draw.

Graduate Newall scored a sublime half volley to make the long bus journey home back to West Yorkshire, a happier one.

Russ O'Neill and Marcus Bignot's men will hope to use this result as momentum for Saturday's home clash Brackley Town.