FOR the second time in four days, Vauxhall supporters were left stunned and bewildered by a home defeat at Rivacre Park in the Conference North.
And for most of the second half, they did look as if the least they would obtain was a draw, until an injury-time own goal settled the issue in favour of the visitors, for whom goalkeeper Young played a starring role.
The Motormen began well enough, though home keeper Dittmer was the first to make a save from Palmer, but on 20 minutes, the same Redditch player was being congratulated by his team-mates, having scuffed a shot into the corner of the home net.
Young then denied McNutt with a full-length dive from a free-kick and then Cumiskey dallied too long on the ball when put in the clear.
The Motormen finally levelled on 53 minutes, when McGivern's fierce shot was parried by Young and Cumiskey fired home.
McGivern was then twice thwarted by the keeper, either side of home substitute Addo being clearly wrestled to the ground inside the box. Disappointment came for the Motor-men. McNulty had to head a looping effort over his own bar and from the resulting corner, the Motormen were unable to clear their lines and when Williams drilled the ball into the six-yard box, the unlucky home defender deflected past his keeper.
VAUXHALL: Dittmer, Woodyatt, McDermott, McNutt (Addo 67), McNulty, Brazier, Garrity, Lawton, McGivern, Moogan, Cumiskey (Duffy 84).