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Barnet 6-0 Dorking Wanderers

Barnet further strengthened their National League play-off push with a comfortable 6-0 win over strugglers Dorking at The Hive, even as their automatic promotion hopes were ended.

The Bees went in front after 10 minutes when Nicke Kabamba converted a penalty before Gatlin O'Donkor shot into an empty net from 25 yards past stranded Dorking keeper Harrison Male.

Callum Stead made it 3-0 after half an hour and the striker added a fourth with a low drive shortly before the break.

Captain Dale Gorman tapped in a fifth with 10 minutes left, before Zak Brunt completed the scoring in stoppage time to leave Barnet four points clear in second place with six games left - but 21 behind Chesterfield, who beat Boreham Wood to clinch the title.

Match report supplied by PA Media.