EASTLEIGH 0 BARROW AFC 2 (Harrison 32, Dunne 55)

JIMMY Dunne produced an incredible performance at both ends of the pitch to help record Barrow AFC’s first away win of the season.

After seven defeats away from Holker Street on the spin, the National League’s worst travellers at last had joy as they recorded a well-deserved maiden victory on the road.

Byron Harrison kept his composure to put Ady Pennock’s side ahead after pouncing on a Simon Heslop error on 32 minutes, before Dunne’s incredible curling effort doubled their lead in Hampshire.

Teenage Dunne was the shining star – he kept the Bluebirds in the comfort zone thanks to one headed clearance to deny Paul McCallum, and he did the same on the line to make sure his side went home with the points.

It was a huge moment in the game and killed off any hopes Richard Hill’s Spitfires had of getting back into the match.

It was Barrow’s first away victory since April’s win over Braintree and Pennock is up and running with six points from a possible nine since taking over.

Eastleigh (4-4-2): Graham Stack 7, Gavin Hoyte 7, Andrew Boyce 6, Callum Howe 6, Frazer Shaw 6, Chris Zebroski 6 (Paul McCallum, 63, 6) Simon Heslop 5, Cavaghn Miley 6 (Ayo Obileye 84) Mark Yeates 6, James Constable 6 (Sam Matthews 63) Ben Williamson 7.

Substitutes Not Used: Ross Flitney, Craig McAllister.

Yellow cards: Mark Yeates.

Barrow AFC (3-5-2): Stuart Moore 8, Jimmy Dunne 8, Moussa Diarra 8, Tony Diagne 7, Paul Bignot 7, Harry Panayiotou 6 (Jordan White 76, 6) Bedsente Gomis 7, Asa Hall 7, Brad Bauress 6, Adi Yussuf 7 (Grant Holt 80) Byron Harrison 7 (Donovan Makoma 89) .

Substitutes Not Used: Joel Dixon, Chris Clements.

Yellow cards: Tony Diagne, Bedsente Gomis.

Attendance: 1,708.

Referee: Simon Barrow.