Date: 3rd November 2008 at 4:02pm
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Barnet came from behind three times to secure a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw at Bradford on Saturday.

Barry Conlon (10) finished a good Bradford move to give them an early lead, but this didn’t last long as John O’Flynn (20) soon levelled things. Just before the half hour mark Peter Thorne (29) restored the home sides lead, but this lasted only a matter of minutes as Nicky Nicolau (32) soon levelled again. Conlon (35) added his second minutes later to again put the hosts ahead but the visitors were not to be denied as Albert Adomah (75) scored late in the second half to secure a point.

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