FOLLOWING Saturday's success at Bamber Bridge, the Motormen were brought back down to earth with a lacklustre draw against struggling Colwyn Bay on Monday.
With the visitors sitting deep and waiting to strike on a counter attack, Vauxhall produced several decent openings but were unable to make the breakthrough before half-time.
Phil Brazier's long ball up field created a chase between John Stanhope and Paul Jones for the ball and the Vauxhall man managed to get in a hook shot.
However, Colwyn keeper Paul Smith got a hand to the ball and Jones completed the clearance.
Stanhope then picked out Kevin Lynch, who saw his shot pushed wide and Cumiskey then headed the ball across goal following Wayne McDermott's delivery.
It was Stanhope who broke the deadlock just two minutes after the interval when he drove a low shot past Smith following Darren Vicary's knockdown.
Vicary almost provided a second goal as his cross was met by Robbie Lawton, who saw his shot blocked only for Nesbitt's rebound to be scrambled clear.
The Motormen were left to rue their missed opportunities 10 minutes from full-time when Colwyn Bay left-back Alun Evans produced a spectacular equaliser.
Evans teed up the ball for a volley and despatched a 30-yard scorcher past the helpless Chris Holmes in the Vauxhall net.
Manager Alvin McDonald said: 'I thought we were poor today and it's a shame because we've had three good performances at the start of the season. We were fortunate to go ahead but I was disappointed with their goal, where were we?'
Vauxhall: Holmes, Rigby, McDermott, Brazier, Cullen, Lynch, Nesbitt, Lawton, Cumiskey (Young 56), Stanhope, Vicary (Haddrell 70).
* The Motormen travel to Accrington Stanley on Saturday before entertaining Marine in a derby match on Tuesday night (7.45pm).
* Vauxhall Motors FC Supporters Club are looking for a driver for away matches who would be willing to drive a minibus to games in exchange for free admission to the ground. For more details contact Christopher Beesley at the Pioneer on (0151) 356 2345.