Guisborough forced to replay fixture after eight goal thriller
Guisborough Town will have to replay their FA Cup qualifier game after drawing against Sunderland RCA.
The Priorymen went into the game confident after their midweek win, hoping to continue in the FA Cup qualifying rounds.
They showed their confidence as well, as they opened the scoring, with Curtis Round crossing into Danny Earl to finish past the keeper.
After conceding an equaliser from a well taken free-kick from Sunderland player Luke Proctor, Town went back ahead from some clever play from Nathan Steele, playing down the middle and finishing past the keeper.
Danny Earl scored the third goal for town after half-time only minutes after kick-off, but Sunderland pulled another back to make it 3-2, only 12 minutes after the goal.
The Priorymen restored their lead in the 72nd minute after a deflected shot from, substitute, Jon Helm looped up and past the keeper to make it 4-2, with only 18 minutes to go.
After missing crucial chances though, Town conceded in the 78th minute from a stunning volley from Sunderland striker Callum Hope.
But deep into stoppage time, Sunderland equalised after a series of corners, with Stephen Callen heading from close range.
The fixture will have to be re-played on Wednesday after a frustrating 4-4 draw, described by Chris Hardy as a "frustrating disappointment".