Date: 20th September 2015 at 7:21pm
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Barnet’s League 2 season continued with a first home win against Stevenage at the Hive on Saturday.

A five-goal thriller saw Barnet edge out Stevenage three-two to end a six-match run without a win and move out of the bottom two.

Barnet twice came from behind to end a six-game winless streak with victory at home to Stevenage.

Stevenage were ahead early on through a Franks (11) header with Barnet defender N’Gala (48) drawing Barnet level early in the second half, only for Boro to restore that lead two-minutes later through Hitchcock (50).

Mclean (63) equalised for Barnet again with his first Bees goal before Gash (78) was left with a simple finish to give the Bees the win!

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These were the match highlights.



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The other results this weekend were as follows:-

Sat 19th September 2015
Accrington 4-2 Exeter
Wimbledon 2-1 Notts County
Barnet 3-2 Stevenage
Crawley 0-1 Yeovil
Dag & Red 0-0 Newport
Hartlepool 0-0 Cambridge
Leyton Orient 1-1 Wycombe
Luton 1-0 Mansfield
Morecambe 2-4 Northampton
Oxford Utd 1-1 Portsmouth
Plymouth 1-1 Bristol Rovers
York 2-2 Carlisle

Looking at these results the stand out ones, that being said in all honesty, with no disrespect to any of these sides, there weren’t ‘stand out’ results as such from a weekend that didn’t really bring many ‘surprises’ with plenty of draws, would be the wins for Accrington, Barnet and Yeovil.

Accrington are surprising plenty this season, they’ve secured some good points and quietly gone about things. Stanley hadn’t scored too many this season but found the net four times against Exeter on Saturday in a four-two win against the Grecians the Crown Ground!

Barnet hosted Stevenage, who had been on a four-match unbeaten run, with the Bees edging out Boro in a five-goal thriller to win three-two at the Hive to gain a win Bees boss Martin Allen had threatened was coming….

Potentially, even at this stage, the biggest three-points of the weekend saw Yeovil go away from the Broadfield Stadium with a one-nil win over Crawley as the Glovers beat the Reds in a battle of the sides relegated from League 1 last season and among many people’s tips to struggle in League 2 this time round!

Barnet are back in action this Saturday, again at the Hive, with a game against second from bottom Dagenham.

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