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Though their rally starts during the evening rush hour, "there will be no disruption in rail services since the motormen are joining the movement on a personal basis after finishing their work," a WR spokesman told Gulf News.
WR official said, These motormen work in car sheds or on other jobs on routine days.
However, the Motormen take poor league form into the clash and sit second bottom of the Blue Square North table.
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 travel to Redditch United this Tuesday evening in the Blue Square North before taking on Fleetwood Town at the Motassist Arena on Sat u r day.
The Motormen, who have won five of their last six games and are unbeaten since the end of November, are at bottom club Hucknall Town tomorrow.
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.
The Motormen made it 1-0 after seven minutes when a wind-assisted cross from Lee Owens floated over Workington goalkeeper Adam Collin and Chris Noone was on hand to poke the ball home from two yards out.
The Motormen have slipped into the bottom three in Blue Square North after collecting just one point from their last four games.
The Motormen levelled on 60 minutes as Karl Noon was fouled just outside the area and Alan Griffiths hit an powerful free-kick which took a slight deflection and gave the keeper no chance.
Kelly, 18, has joined the Motormen from Chester City, initially for a month, and he delighted Macauley with an impressive debut performance alongside Joe McMahon in last Saturday's Blue Sguare North game at Harrogate Town.
The Motormen hit back on 20 minutes when skipper Ged Brannan volleyed in from a right wing corner.