VAUXHALL'S three-match winning streak came to a disappointing end at Harrogate on Saturday, writes Paul Hassall.
The Motormen were punished for wasting a whole host of chances, leaving manager Owen Brown frustrated by his side's inability to achieve the results their performances deserve.
He said: 'We played well and I am really disappointed with the result as we made a number of chances but failed to finish them off.
'We've just won three on the bounce and so it is really frustrating to lose after dominating like that. It's probably the best we have played in weeks, and yet we have lost and that is hard to take.'
He added: 'We've got a tough match at Stafford next and although the injuries continue to pile up, if we play like that then we should get something from the game.'
Motors started the match in fine form and took the lead after just 12 minutes, when Harrogate's Bass headed Duffy's freekick beyond the reach of his own goalkeeper.
But despite their early dominance Vauxhall were pegged back against the run of play on 21 minutes when Holland slid in at the far post to convert Lennon's flick on.
The away side's frustrations continued just after the half hour mark, when they were first denied a penalty, before having a Rooney strike ruled out for a dubious handball in the buildup.
The second half took on a similar pattern to the first and Vaux-hall continued to push forward without reward.
On 60 minutes they were punished for their wasteful finishing as Holland rose to head home his second of the match.
The visitors poured forward in search of an equaliser but Mc-Givern, McNutt and O'Donnell all wasted glorious opportunities to condemn Vauxhall to defeat and end their recent revival.
Vauxhall: Harrison, Duffy (Moogan 68), McDermott (McNutt 80), Willis, McNulty, Parradioni, Garrity, Lawton, Rooney (O'Donnell 76), Mc-Givern, Cumiskey. Subs not used: Glendenning, Spellman.