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Vauxhall Motors FC

Vauxhall Motors os a football club based in Ellesmere Port. The club, which plays its home games at Rivacre Park, was formed in 1963 and is currently a member of the Conference North.

Ex-Chester FC defender Joe Heath, on trial at Tranmere, takes on the Motors back line.

Motors impress on home turf against Tranmere

Crowd of 544 see Vauxhall Motors host their first pre-season game since ending life as a Conference North club.

Vauxhall Motors FC club crest

Motors new brains trust aims to deliver

Football: Vauxhall Motors' new management team looking to future

Vauxhall Motors players and staff at the end of the game

Final whistle for Vauxhall Motors

Co-manager Anthony Wright pays tribute to 'exceptional' players as club bids farewell to non-league pyramid

Vauxhall Motors players salute the fans after drawin 0-0 with QPR in the 2002 FA Cup first round

Vauxhall Motors chairman preparing for 'emotional' day

Motors chief Alan Bartlam speaks ahead of the clubs final game at Conference North level before they quit the pyramid

Action from Barrow v Vauxhall Motors as the visitors defence holds firm

Dogged Motors earn share of the spoils in Cumbria

Barrow AFC 1 Vauxhall Motors 1

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Carl Macauley left Vauxhall Motors to join Chester FC

Carl proud of Motors breeding ground

Vauxhall Motors: Departed boss reflects on 'good times' with Motormen

Vauxhall Motors striker Steven Tames takes on the Stalybridge Celtic defence

Hughes stunner in vain as Motors defeated

Vauxhall Motors 1 Stalybridge Celtic 3

Motors celebrate their victory at Loftus Road

QPR win 'kept us going' says Motors chairman

Vauxhall Motors gallery: Alan Bartlam says club would have resigned sooner had it not been for FA Cup giant killing in 2002

Carl Macauley has left his post with Vauxhall Motors to become assistant manager at Chester FC

Carl Macauley joins Blues as assistant manager

Chester FC: Vauxhall Motors boss steps down to move to Swansway Chester Stadium

Carl Macauley and his coaching staff and players will leave Motors at the end of the season

Macauley 'gutted and heartbroken' at Motors decision to quit league

Vauxhall Motors manager Carl Macauley shocked after club announces decision to resign from Conference North

Motors boss Carl Macauley has worked wonders at the club

Shock as Vauxhall Motors announce decision to resign from league

Ellesmere Port club will quit Conference North at the end of current campaign and reform in West Cheshire League

Motors striker Steven Tames, in action against AFC Telford United, went close against Bradford Park Avenue

Motors battle to draw in Yorkshire

Bradford Park Avenue 0 Vauxhall Motors 0

Carl Macauley (left) wants his side to start picking up points as soon as possible

Motors suffer second straight loss

North Ferriby United 2 Vauxhall Motors 0

Vauxhall Motors' Steven Tames wriggles through to the Telford area before slotting the ball past the keeper

Vauxhall Motors 2 AFC Telford United 4

Vauxhall Motors FC: High-flying Bucks prevail in ding-dong battle

Motors manager Carl Macauley has been pleased with Shaun Tuck's contribution

Motors revved up for big Bucks test

Vauxhall Motors FC: Vauxhall Motors FC: Boss Carl Macauley sings praises of new boy Shaun Tuck

Shaun Tuck, who scored two goals in the first half, powers forward in the rain

Vauxhall Motors 4 Histon 0

Vauxhall Motors FC: Shaun Tuck at the double for Motormen

Vauxhall's Shaun Tuck fires home the winner against Worcester City

Vauxhall Motors 1 Worcester City 0

Vauxhall Motors FC: Tuck chips in with big-clash winner

Vauxhall Motors manager Carl Macauley

Motors' boss ready for relegation scrap

Vauxhall Motors FC: Carl Macauley wants a performance against improving Worcester City

Shaun Tuck, seen here in action for Skelmersdale United, has joined Vauxhall Motors

Fresh start for Shaun

Vauxhall Motors FC: Chairman Alan Bartlam feels controversial striker Shaun Tuck should get chance to continue his career

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