The home side started the game on the front foot, and with 3 minutes on the clock Tim Sills flicked the ball onto Danny Hylton who volleyed over from the edge of the area.
Mark Marshall looked lively in the opening quarter of hour but his shot was deflected wide for a corner.
Marshall though did get himself on the score sheet. Although this goal will not go down in the record books, Marshall received the ball from Clovis Kamdjo before unleashing a powerful shot which sailed past the goalkeeper and into the net.
Now it was Aldershot’s turn to put pressure on Barnet’s defence. Moments after Jake Cole somehow managed to scramble Jermaine McGlashan’s corner away into the path of another attacker, former Bee Anthony Charles was able to nod the ball home although he seemingly looked like he was in an offside position.
Aldershot almost took the lead for the first time thanks to attempts from Danny Hylton and Peter Vincenti but the resilient Bees managed to hang on.
By this point, the fog had become really thick and the away spectators could hardly see the other side of the pitch, never mind the goals. A mixture of the security guards and match referee had no choice but to call the match off, despite a couple of disgruntled arguments from some away supporters.