AFTER two successive defeats to fellow strugglers in the space of a week, the Motormen secured a victory thanks to Darren and Anthony Wright in snow-covered Solihull last night.
Darren Wright went close for the visitors early on but headed over the bar from Robbie Lawton's right-wing cross while home centre-half Sanders almost netted at both ends in the space of a couple of minutes.
Anthony Wright was put through on goal 26 minutes in but his shot was palmed away by home keeper Andrew Rachel only for Wayne Mc-Dermott to shoot wide with an open net gaping.
Vauxhall took the lead after 39 minutes when Lawton escaped down the right flank before squaring to Anthony Wright who fired home from eight yards out.
A second-half snowstorm ensured there were no more incidents of note until the 67th minute when the Motormen doubled their lead.
Darren Wright raced on to a long kick upfield by keeper Tim Dittmer and planted the ball beyond Rachel from just inside the area.
Anthony Wright could have added a third late on but shot wide after good work from his namesake, Darren, while Dittmer's only real save of the evening came 15 minutes from the end when he had to tip a Darren Middleton effort around the post.
Vauxhall: Dittmer, Woodyatt, Mc-Dermott, Spellman, McNulty, Brazier, Nesbitt, Lawton, A Wright (Noone 85), Olsen, D Wright. Attendance: 129.