SOLIHULL Moors continued their fine recent form with a 2-0 win at Barnet to extend their unbeaten run to 15 league matches.
Andrew Dallas struck after seven minutes to give Moors the lead before Ben Richards-Everton put through his own net on 85 minutes to hand Solihull the points at The Hive.
The result means Moors sit fourth in the National League table, 12 points clear of the chasing pack in the race for a play-off spot.
And Moors were rewarded for a fast start when Dallas slotted home after Barnet goalkeeper Jake Askew could only parry Ryan Barnett’s shot into his path.
Barnet went close when Ross Marshall glanced a header wide before Danny Newton headed successive Barnett crosses straight into the hands of Askew and then onto the roof of the net at the other end.
And the Bees thought they had drawn level when Ephron Mason-Clark finished past Moors keeper Ryan Boot only for the offside flag to come to Solihull’s rescue.
The home side almost found a leveller in the second period when Adam Marriott nooded narrowly over from Robert Hall’s cross.
However, Moors made sure of the points late on when Richards-Everton turned Barnett’s dangerous ball into his own net
Solihull are next in action away at Wrexham on Good Friday (Friday, April 15) with kick-off at 3pm at the Racecourse Ground.