Barnet remain 12th in the National League table after being forced to settle for a point from a 1-1 draw with AFC Fylde at the Hive.

Shaq Coulthirst’s second goal of the season gave the Bees the lead but their advantage was to last only five minutes, with Danny Philliskirk levelling for the visitors.

After their five-game winning run had been ended by Leyton Orient the previous week, John Still’s side were hoping to quickly back on track and they were heading in the right direction when Coulthirst fired home from the edge of the area.

However, Philliskirk, who had seen an earlier effort disallowed for offside, equalised when he headed home a Joe Cardle cross.

The Bees, who gave a debut to new Shrewsbury Town loan signing Zak Jules, created a number of chances to take maximum points, but they almost lost it late on when Danny Rowe hit a post.

Barnet: Cousins; Alexander, Robson, Fonguck, Coulthirst, Adams, Taylor (Mason-Clark 78), Tutonda, Sweeney, Barham (Walker 62), Jules. Subs not used: Matrevics, Elito, Payne.