Kevin Lisbie played an hour as a strong Barnet side was beaten 4-1 by Staines Town in extra time of the Middlesex Senior Cup on Tuesday evening.

A hamstring injury means Kevin Lisbie has made just one substitute appearance for the Bees since joining in the summer and the striker had previously seen a comeback cut short after ten minutes in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Brentford.

The side, led by Development Team coach Ross Eames, also included Gavin Hoyte, Sam Muggleton, Aaron McLean and was captained by Sam Togwell. 

But they were well beaten by the Isthmian Premier Division side with three extra-time strikes doing the damage.

Former Bee Ahmed Abdulla was named in the hosts' starting XI, meanwhile.

Barnet took the lead after 36 minutes, Togwell passing to Fumnaya Shomotun to drill into the bottom corner of the net.

But after a handful of early second half chances the Swans levelled in the 62nd minute when a defensive mix-up between Hoyte and goalkeepr Ravan Constable allowed former Enfield Town man Michael Kalu in to score.

Chances continued to come and go with Togwell, Wes Fonguck and subsititute Ryan Gondoh all passing up opportunities in normal time.

Just five minutes into extra time the hosts went in front as Luke Wanadio fired home from the edge of the penalty area.

And Wanadio added a second six minutes later, this time meeting a cross from the right to put the hosts two goals clear.

Terence Vancooten completed the scoring two minutes into the second half of extra time, rounding Constable before tucking into the empty net.

Barnet: Constable; Hoyte, Ocran, Roache, Muggleton (Gondoh 63); Shomotun, Togwell (c), Fonguck, Nwogu (McCarthy 79); Lisbie (Alexis 63), McLean.