IT WAS derby delight for the Motormen on Tuesday night as they completed a crushing win over visitors Marine, who had made the short trip across the Mersey to Rivacre Park.
Less than a year ago, Vauxhall were defeated 3-0 in a League Cup tie by a Marine side containing several fringe players, but the balance of power now seems to be tipping.
Vauxhall took the lead on 28 minutes when Marine defender Mark Nulty failed to clear Neil Rigby's cross.
Peter Cumiskey's shot was blocked, but Terry Fearns was on hand to convert the rebound.
Fearns added a second for both himself and the team on 58 minutes when Young's shot from Robbie Lawton's cross was pushed into his path.
It was another fine example of poaching against his former club and the Motormen's 300th league goal under manager Alvin McDonald.
With Marine still in shock, Vauxhall bagged a third just two minutes later when Young beat Chris Fitzsimmons to Carl Nesbitt's through-ball and struck the ball past Chris Clarke.
The visitors forced a consolation on 76 minutes as home keeper Chris Holmes dropped a corner into his own net under pressure from several Marine players.
But Vauxhall rightly had the last word when substitute John Stanhope headed in a fourth goal in injury time.
Manager Alvin McDonald said: 'Derby matches are always tough and a lot of the lads know each other, so it's great when you win.' Vauxhall: Holmes, Rigby, Thompson, Brazier, Haddrell, Lynch, Nesbitt, Lawton, Cumiskey (Vicary 70), Young, Fearns (Stanhope 75).
Vauxhall play host to Frickley Athletic on Saturday before visiting leaders Burton Albion on Tuesday.