VAUXHALL Motors bring down the curtain on their most successful Blue Square North campaign when they entertain King’s Lynn (3pm) on Saturday.
All children under 16 will be admitted free of charge and there will be a special welcome for the members of the original Vauxhall Motors works team of 1963, who were tracked down earlier this season with the help of our sister paper the Ellesmere Port Pioneer.
The club will also be handing out all end-of-season player awards.
Injury-ravaged Motors put in a spirited performance in their penultimate game of the season but league leaders Tamworth were just too strong.
Motors started brightly but their finishing touch evaded them.
The game burst into life in the 27th minute when evergreen former Nottingham Forest defender Des Lyttle hit a 25-yard screamer which flew into the top corner.
Carl Macauley’s side continued to play neat football but fell further behind nine minutes later when defender Tom Hannigan lost his footing, allowing Nick Wright to pounce.