Date: 24th November 2008 at 11:46am
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Barnet slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Underhill on Saturday as Macclesfield scored two late goals to pick up the points.

Martin Gritton (15) gave Macclesfield an early lead with an overhead kick, and that is how things stayed until the second half. After previously being denied by the woodwork John O’Flynn (59) equalised for Barnet just before the hour. The visitors ‘keeper Jon Brain then saved from Neal Bishop and Albert Adomah before Francis Green (87) and Nat Brown (89) secured the points for the visitors.

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