VAUXHALL Motors Reserves’ brilliant run of form continued on Saturday.
Motors made it five West Cheshire League wins on the spin to move within touching distance of the top three in the Division One standings.
Their latest victims were fellow high flyers Maghull.
Seventh-placed Motors ran out 2-0 winners at Rivacre Park with a brace of penalties from Steve Finlay.
Motors tonight play host to struggling Marshalls (7.30pm) before making their way to rejuvenated Blacon Youth Club on Saturday (3pm).
Blacon won 2-1 at home to Willaston on Saturday.
Willaston, who had led through Paul Ellison’s 30-yard screamer, are at home to Maghull this Saturday (3pm).
Ellesmere Port face a tricky trip to runaway leaders Ashville tonight (7.30pm) before heading to Marshalls on Saturday for a Pyke Cup second-round clash (2.30pm).
Port lost 2-0 at home to table-topping Ashville on Saturday.
Hurting after suffering their first Division Two defeat since September, Capenhurst Villa bounced back in style with a stunning 7-0 home success over second-placed Hale.
Mike Urmston (2), Alan Locke, Mark McAffrey, Tony Ashton, Mark Ryan and Jack Sheppard did the damage for impressive Villa.
Ian Armstrong and Andy Weaver strikes, along with an own goal, ensured Capenhurst Reserves drew their Division Three encounter at Hale Reserves 3-3.
Ellesmere Port Reserves won 2-1 at Manor Athletic Reserves thanks to goals from Danny Paige and Mark Roberts, while Neston Nomads were somewhat harshly beaten 2-0 at home by Mersey Royal.