VAUXHALL reached the third-round of the FA Trophy on Saturday with a 2-1 win at Kidsgrove and now look forward to a home tie against Lancaster City on January 15.
Peter Cumiskey put them on their way in the Potteries, but after the hosts equalised late on it looked like a replay was on the cards until James Olsen grabbed the winner deep into added time.
The Motormen have the day off tomorrow because scheduled opponents Hinckley United have a televised FA Cup second-round tie against Brentford on Sunday.
So they will be back in action on Tuesday when they visit Altrincham in a Conference North match at Moss Lane (7.45pm).
Rob Lythe is in fighting mood ahead of Airbus UK's trip to high-flying Bangor City tomorrow (2.30pm).
The Wingmakers chief realises how difficult it will be for his Welsh Premier League strugglers to take something from Peter Davenport's men, but Lythe is in confident mood after seeing his team put in one of their best performances of the season last Saturday at home to Porthmadog.
But such is the Broughton side's luck at the moment, a scrappy goal from Porth captain Lee Webber was enough to sneak a 1-0 win, despite Airbus's dominance.
Lythe said: 'We definitely deserved something out of the game. I couldn't fault any of the lads for effort or skill. They scored a goal that went in off the back of his heal and we need a bit of luck like that.
'We've got a lot of young play-ers mixed with some experienced lads, and everyone one of them have been superb.'
Malpas manager Tommy Lloyd is threatening to make changes after his side crashed to a 5-2 defeat at FC Billinge in a Mid-Cheshire League second division match on Saturday.
'Too many players think they are automatic choices and they may be in for a shock,' he said. 'I am looking for more commitment. We got out of the game what we put in it, which was very little.'
Malpas fell behind after less than five minutes and Billinge doubled their score 10 minutes later. Rob Clarke took a through-pass after 40 minutes to put Malpas back in the game, but on the stroke of half-time the hosts scored their third goal from the penalty spot.
Defensive mistakes led to more Billinge goals in the second-half before Andy Parry grabbed a late consolation goal for Malpas.
Malpas are at home to Nantwich Town tomorrow (2pm).