Tyrone Marsh struck deep into stoppage time to hand Boreham Wood a 1-0 win over Solihull Moors in the National League on Saturday.

The striker turned home after a scramble in the area from a corner to push Wood above Solihull in the table on goal difference.

Marsh and top scorer Kabongo Tshimanga both had chances in the first half for the visitors, but Callum Howe got in the way of the goalscorer’s effort while Tshimanga was denied by Moors keeper Ryan Boot.

Adi Yussef had the final chance of a goalless first half, just failing to connect with a cross.

Wood continued to dominate in the second half and should have taken the lead on the hour, but Tshimanga was once again frustrated by Boot.

Adam McDonnell came the closest for the hosts with 10 minutes to go when his free-kick curled against the crossbar, while at the other end Nathan Ashmore kept out Jamey Osborne to make sure there would be no smash and grab from Solihull.

Instead, it was the home side who snatched the win in the dying embers of the game as McDonnell’s corner was headed down by David Stephens, and Marsh turned before firing past Boot to seal the win and spark wild celebrations.

Wood will look to make it three wins on the bounce tomorrow night when they travel to fifth-place Barrow, kicking off at 7.45pm.