In 2004/05, Barnet met
However, from the start the Bees controlled the game with fast, flowing football. The first chance fell to winger, Richard Graham who saw his fine shot pushed over the bar after a fine run.
Barnet took the lead after 21 minutes when Simon King in loads of space let fly and hit an unstoppable shot from outside the penalty area. Graham then put Giuliano Grazioli through but his shot was pushed just wide and then Ian Hendon saw his effort bounce just wide with
The visitors missed their best chance of the half when Paul Mullin blasted wide with only Scott Tynan to beat. The Bees' goalkeeper then saved comfortably from Ian Craney.
HT Bees 1-0
Barnet went 2-0 up 13 minutes into the second half when Dean Sinclair played Richard Graham in and the Bees' winger hit his shot in off the far post to double Barnet's lead.
Barnet continued to create a number of chances. Grazioli and Ismail Yakubu came close to adding to Barnet's tally before Liam Hatch made it three. A cross cum shot by Richard Graham was headed back by
FT: Bees 3-0
Barnet; Tynan; Hendon, Yakubu, King, Clist; Sinclair, Strevens, Lee, Graham; Hatch, Grazioli (McBean)