VAUXHALL had little luck in their efforts to put one over in-form Nuneaton Borough at their new Liberty Way home on Saturday.

Already without influential midfielder Tom Field, who was serving a one-match ban, they also lost top scorer Paul Taylor through illness prior to the game and then also lost captain Joe McMahon in the first-half with a re-occurrence of his ankle injury.

The Motormen fell behind in the 13th minute from the penalty spot, but then dominated for long spells but could not find the vital breakthrough, despite having a number of chances.

And, with the game almost up, they conceded a second, to give the hosts a rather flattering 2-0 home success.

Former Football League club Boston United are the visitors to Rivacre Park this Saturday as Andy Mutch's improving squad look to build upon recent displays in the Blue Square North.

Kick-off is at 3pm.

The Pilgrims were only relegated from the Football League last May, but were placed in Motors' division rather than the Premier prior to the league's annual meeting.

It will be Boston's first-ever visit to Rivacre Park and on present form, the Motormen will have high hopes of inflicting a defeat upon the visitors from York Street.