ASHTON United became the first side this season to stop the Motormen from scoring but this was a thoroughly entertaining game.
The visitors were a stronger outfit than Motors had beaten just two weeks earlier in the FA Trophy and could have taken the lead on 13 minutes, had Mitten not blasted over the top, with only Tim Dittmer in the home goal to beat.
The Motormen had three chances in quick succession, but Dittmer's opposite number Connor than came to the fore, as he denied both Wright and Lawton with fine saves, either side of a Cumiskey header that went just wide.
After the break, the same keeper did well to smother an Olsen free-kick, before Dittmer produced the save of the match as he thrashed away a well-struck shot from Mitten.
In the closing stages, the home side were looking the more likely to find a breakthrough, but Connor did well to tip over a fierce free-kick from McDermott, before Olsen had a shot just off target.
Finally, the Ashton defence blocked a Woodyatt effort, but a draw had long since looked like the right and likely outcome.
VAUXHALL: Dittmer, Woodyatt, McDermott, Glendenning, Spellman, Brazier, Nesbitt, Lawton (O'Brien 73), D Wright (A Wright 84), Olsen, Cumiskey (O'Donnell 73). Subs: Griffiths, Flood.