York City v Barnet, 28 August 2000

Score1-0 to York City
CompetitionLeague Division 3
VenueBootham Crescent, York
Attendance1,981
With Mansfield having switched their scheduled home fixture to Underhill, this was Barnet's first away game of the new season and their first defeat, just. With only one draw in their eight previous meetings, the spoils were set to be shared until York's Colin Alcide bagged an injury time winner. It was a vital strike for the struggling Minstermen as they collected a much-needed first victory of the campaign. Alcide linked with fellow subs Christian Fox and Barry Conlon to slide the ball past Lee Harrison into the bottom right-hand corner. Terry Dolan's charges had played the better football in the first half but failed to regain their dominance after the break. All that was forgiven after the dramatic finale.

Goals:

Colin Alcide 90 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Alan Fettis
Defender/Right back Darren Edmondson
Defender Wayne Hall
Defender Mark Sertori
Defender/Centre back Gary Hobson
Defender/Centre back Barry Jones
Defender/Midfielder Graham Potter
Midfielder Steve Agnew
Midfielder Lee Bullock
Forward Peter Duffield
Forward David McNiven

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Lee Harrison
Defender/Right back Sam Stockley
Defender/Centre back Mark Arber
Defender/Centre back Greg Heald
Defender/Left back Rob Sawyers
Midfielder Darren Currie
Midfielder John Doolan
Midfielder Eddie Newton
Midfielder Frazer Toms
Forward Ken Charlery
Forward Scott McGleish

Substitutions:

Christian Fox for Graham Potter 74
Colin Alcide for Barry Jones 81
Barry Conlon for David McNiven 86

Substitutions:

Danny Brown for Frazer Toms 56
Ross Darcy for Eddie Newton 65
Ben Strevens for Scott McGleish 88

On the bench:

Midfielder Christian Fox
Forward Colin Alcide
Forward Barry Conlon

On the bench:

Defender Ross Darcy
Midfielder Danny Brown
Forward Ben Strevens

Comments:

Veteran keeper Neville Southall was on the York bench for the first time. Their goalkeeping coach was signed on non-contract forms as cover for Russell Howarth who was on international duty with England Under-19. League Position: 16th

Comments:

This was the first time Barnet had failed to score in a League game since 25 March. League Position: 8th