Solihull Moors kept their Vanarama National League promotion hopes alive with a hard-fought 2-0 win at Bromley.
The Moors took the lead after 15 minutes when Danny Wright squared to Jamey Osborne on the run and the midfielder found the net, despite the efforts of home goalkeeper Dave Gregory.
At the other end, Luke Coulson sent George Porter through one-on-one but Ryan Boot stood up to him and made a vital save.
Wright put Tim Flowers’ men further clear just before the hour-mark when he expertly headed in from Jamie Reckord’s cross.
Substitute Alan Dunne and Richard Brindley missed late chances to get Bromley back into the match as Solihull’s recent good form reads one loss in eight matches.