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The unexpected flash strike of the motormen put off train services on the Main, Harbour and Trans- harbour lines for close to an hour.
However, the work from Thane to Kurla and finally CST failed to take off due to lack of funds, leaving sections between Thane and Mumbra still on DC, because of which motormen find it hard to operate trains.
But the Motormen were punished for a series of missed chances and went down 3-1.
Fortunately for the city's suburban rail commuters, the motormen decided to march from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus to Azad Maidan at 5.
Chris Noone Next up for the Motormen is a trip to Cammell Laird on Saturday, August 7 (3pm).
Currently, the WR has 70 reserve motormen in the Mumbai suburban section and 154 across the division, which includes Baroda, Ratlam, Valsad and Ahmedabad.
Just as Vauxhall's thought they had all three points wrapped up, Hinckley hit the Motormen on the break in the final minute when Dan Dillon played a great through ball to Andy Hall who outpaced Moogan and cleverly lobbed Coates from 18 yards out.
On the day goals from Gregg Blundell, Alan McDermott and a Nicky Young double gave the Motormen a 4-1 win.
ATT: 1,012 Next Saturday the Motormen bring down the curtain on a highly successful season by their standards when they entertain King's Lynn (3pm) at the Motassist Arena where all children under the age of sixteen will be admitted free of charge.
The Motormen made a dream start when captain Matty Burke intercepted a throw-in and played a through ball to Chris Noone who fed it first time to Lee Furlong who rifled the ball into the roof of the net to put Vauxhall's 1-0 up after only 30 seconds.
The 29-year-old has begun a third spell with the Motormen after signing from Welsh League strugglers Caernarfon Town.
The Motormen arrived in Norfolk for this first ever meeting in a confident mood after a midweek victory over promotion chasing AFC Telford and had the better of the first 20 minutes.
The 22-year-old Liverpudlian, who joined the Riveacre Road club last summer, had an outstanding season for the Motormen, scoring 17 goals for the Ellesmere Port outfit.
ROB MARSH-EVANS was the hero for Vauxhalls as his solitary strike was enough to give the Motormen all three Blue Square North points against cash-strapped Stafford Rangers.
The Motormen will have been boosted by last Saturday's first away win of the season, the 2-0 triumph at Blyth Spartans taking Macauley's men out of the Blue Square North relegation places.