The points were shared as the Ravens drew 1-1 away at Solihull Moors to maintain their impressive unbeaten run.

The first real chance of the game fell the hosts’ way as a looping ball over the top found in-form Josh Kelly who struck at goal, forcing Grant Smith into his first save of the game. However, the Bromley ‘keeper was helped by the linesman’s flag which would have cancelled out the goal anyway.

It proved to be a very quiet first 45 with neither side really causing a threat. Callum Reynolds, Byron Webster and Chin Okoli put in a brilliant defensive display as Solihull attacked, but there were no real clear chances for either side.

Both teams ended the half having made a first period change with Louis Dennis replaced by Kido Taylor-Hart for his Bromley debut at the same time Lincoln City loanee Jay Benn came off for Solihull.

The second half, which began with Lewis Leigh also coming on for his Ravens debut, started off more positively than the first as the visitors took the lead. Both substitutes played a key role before a ball was slipped through to Ben Krauhaus who fired home his first of the season.

However, soon after, Kade Craig slotted past Smith to level proceedings again.

Jack Stevens saw a header fly over before Mark Beck nodded off target too as the hosts continued to press.

Leigh had a dangerous free-kick saved deep into four minutes of stoppage time as the Ravens came away with a point.

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