VAUXHALL Motors played out an entertaining 2-2 draw against Boston United at Rivacre Park, with a spectacular last minute equaliser by Boston's Marc Newsham denying them a win.
After a bright start from the visitors, it was Vauxhall who took the lead on nine minutes.
Louis Barnes did well to get to the byline and his pin-point cross was turned home at the back post by Chris Noone.
It was soon 2-0, as Noone doubled his tally. Matty Williams played in a delightful diagonal ball to the right edge of the penalty area and Noone fired home with a sweetly struck volley.
With Vauxhall in the ascendency, the referee denied them from taking a 3-0 lead as Karl Noon's strike was ruled out for offside.
Boston pulled a goal back a minute before the break as a cross from the left was flicked on by Newsham with Spencer Weir Daley tapping home into an empty net.
The equaliser finally came in the final minute of normal time in spectacular style, with Marc Newsham volleying into the bottom corner from 25 yards.
Motors' next fixture is on Saturday when they travel to Hednesford Town in the Skrill North, kick-off 3pm.
Vauxhall's next home fixture is on September 17 when Stockport County visit Rivacre Park in the Skrill North, kick-off 7:45pm.
There will be no pre-sale match tickets available for this fixture, admission will be cash only on the turnstiles on the evening.
Admission for adults is £10 and all other concessions will be £6. There will not be a Under 16s rate for this fixture.