HIGH-FLYING Vauxhall Motors will be aiming to maintain their 100% start to the season when they entertain Hinckley United tomorrow.
The Motormen beat newcomers Blyth Spartans on Tuesday night to secure their third triumph on the spin - a result that moved them up to fourth in the table.
Chairman Alan Bartlam has been delighted by their winning run and hailed his team's effort after watching them defeat Blyth 2-0 courtesy of efforts from Anthony Wright and Karl O'Donnell.
Bartlam said: 'It was a tremendous team performance against a very good side.
'It's been a superb start to the season.' The first period was an even affair but, as half-time approached, the hosts lost striker Lee Furlong to injury after he was on the receiving end of two crude challenges.
Furlong - who was taken to hospital suffering from a suspected cracked rib - was replaced by Karl O'Donnell for the second half.
Despite the blow of losing Furlong the Motormen went ahead on 50 minutes when Anthony Wright converted Brian Moogan's right-wing cross.
Seven minutes later, the hosts made it 2-0 when Mike Garrity released O'Donnell down the right and the substitute beat Blyth keeper Adam Bartlett with a first-time screamer.
The midweek triumph followed Saturday's last-gasp 1-0 win at Scarborough.
John Lawless was the man on target as Carl Macauley's side showed the type of resilience that saw them clinch notable pre-season wins against Tranmere Rovers and an Everton XI.
But despite the win at the McCain Stadium, Macauley believes his side must maintain their strong levels of commitment and concentration if they are to continue their good form beyond August.
He said: 'We have to keep our focus now because we have made a good start but if we concede silly goals in this division we will throw it away.'
* The Motormen are away to Lancaster City on Monday. Kick-off is 3pm.