WARRINGTON Rylands have all but secured their place in the Northern Premier League Premier Division play-offs.

Their 2-0 victory at Guiseley means that only a seemingly improbable set of results will dislodge them from the top five, and they need only one more win from their last three league games to make absolutely sure of their spot.

Mo Touray proved to be the difference at Nethermoor as he lashed home an accomplished finish midway through the second half after the ball dropped to him inside the penalty area.

The result was then sealed in injury time when substitute Dan Cockerline crashed home from close range with his first touch of the ball.

The result allowed Rylands to maintain their unbeaten record away from home in the league, with just one game on the road remaining.

Read Matt Turner's match verdict below

THE finish line is in sight, and Warrington Rylands look in the mood to cross it.

Surely now they can plan for a play-off campaign and in this form, you would not bet against them going all the way.

Of late, they seem to have clicked into another gear and this result was another display of machine-like efficiency.

In windy conditions, they knew they would have to ride out something of a storm when they played into the teeth of the breeze but they did so with minimal fuss, barely giving up a chance to a toothless home outfit.

Then, when the chances came with conditions in their favour, they were ruthless and displayed the kind of game management you need to succeed at the business end of the season.

And when you have a frontman as in form as Mo Touray, you can always feel in the game.

His finish that ultimately broke the game open midway through the first half was as composed as it was emphatic, and there was barely a flicker of a response thereafter.

Such is their defensive record, though, they could feel confident of repelling whatever was thrown at them by a Guiseley side who are one of only five to beat them in the league this season.

This was less about revenge and more about getting a job done for Sam Wilson, Dean Furman and their players, though, and what a job they did.

Given the adversity they have come through already this season that would have knocked many a side off stride, can anything stop them now?