Barnet moved into the National League play-off places after a 2-0 win in their rearranged fixture at home to Aldershot Town.

Two goals early in the second half from Ephron Mason-Clarke and Wesley Fonguck did the damage for the Bees, who are now unbeaten in six.

Fonguck had the best chance of the first half for the home side when he was slipped in by Mason-Clarke, but Shots goalkeeper Mitchell Walker was equal to the effort.

The opener came two minutes into the second half when Charlee Adams threaded through for Mason-Clarke, and he used his pace to burst past a defender before rifling past Walker.

Shortly after, they made the game safe when Fonguck scored his first goal since returning to the club, picking the ball up 25-yards out and curling a stunning strike into the top corner.

Harry Panayiotou wasted a glorious chance for Aldershot to get back into the game with 20 minutes remaining when he was picked out by Jack Powell, slicing horribly wide from a good position.

That allowed the Bees to keep their clean sheet, and the win moves them up to fifth and level on points with Yeovil Town.