Date: 10th February 2007 at 6:47pm
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Accrington Stanley’s five hour trip to North London was well worth while after John Coleman’s side ran out 2-1 winners at Underhill.

Stanley took the lead in the 40th minute as Andy Todd slotted home a penalty following a Ian Hendon push on Robbie Williams.

Barnet equalised on the stroke of half time with a Birch header from seven yards. It was cruel on Stanley, who had dominated the game up to that point in the game.

But just as Stanley fans were starting to think they would be travellig back to East Lancashire with a point, Andrew Proctor smashed the ball home following a superb cross from new signing Tony Grant. This sent Stanley fans mental and it certainly sent me mental.

In the last ten minutes referee D Whitestone sent off two players, both played for Barnet.

So a great win for Stanley who now move up to 19th in League Two.