A KAINE Felix strike guaranteed Guiseley's survival in Vanarama National League North as they grabbed a 1-0 home win over Darlington.

The Lions grabbed a crucial three points thanks to the striker's 16th-minute effort when he slotted over Darlington goalkeeper Jake Turner.

Guiseley put a 2-0 defeat at Blyth Spartans on Good Friday as they ended Easter with a winning feeling at a sunny Nethermoor.

Felix also had a chance for his second 10 minutes after scoring but his effort was thwarted.

Guiseley took the points following a good attacking display

There was a lengthy stoppage in play as Lions frontman Kayode Odejayi went down with what looks like an injured knee. But he managed to return to the field.

Both sides had chance during the second period but Guiseley hung on for the vital victory.

Guiseley ensured their safety ahead of their last game of the season at Kidderminster Harriers this Saturday.

Cliff Moyo was awarded the Craig Shearstone GAFC Supporters' player of the season prize at the game.

Meanwhile, Farsley Celtic have an outside chance of securing the Evo-Stik League - Premier Division title this weekend after securing a 2-0 win at Whitby Town.

A Will Hayhurst free-kick from 20 yards out saw Farsley grab a 17th-minute lead.

The visitors doubled their lead on 72 minutes when Hayhurst's free-kick found Nathan Cartman who scored.

A last-minute winner from South Shields in their 3-2 victory at home to Scarborough Athletic keeps Farsley's league dream alive into the final game of the season on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Silsden took the derby day spoils as they defeated Barnoldswick Town 2-0.

Goals from Joseph Mitchell (10) and Arley Barnes (21) gave former Bradford City player Danny Forrest's side the spoils.

Steeton grabbed a 1-1 draw at Nelson in Hallmark Security League Division One North.

Toby Jeffrey’s strike two minutes into first half stoppage time gives the Chevrons the lead. But Nelson hit back through substitute Jeeta Taranjeet.