Shaq Coulthirst’s goal 20 minutes from time ensured a share of the spoils in Barnet’s 1-1 draw against Bromley at The Hive.

Coulthirst’s goal cancelled out an opener from Jordan Higgs earlier in the second half in what was the Bees’ final home game of the season.

Darren Currie made three changes to the side that lost at AFC Fylde on Good Friday. Ricardo Santos came in for the suspended Dan Sweeney while Dan Sparkes and Wes Fonguck replaced Medy Elito and Harry Taylor.

Neither side posed any real attacking threat in the first half, although the Bees did have the ball in the net after 13 minutes when Fonguck teed up Ephron Mason-Clarke to slot home, but the referee blew for a foul in the build-up.

Bromley then should have taken the lead themselves, when Higgs advanced into the area, but his effort fizzed just wide of the post.

The second half was a much livelier affair but, unfortunately for Barnet, it resulted in Bromley taking the lead when Richard Brindley pulled back from the right wing for Higgs to head home.

Chances came and went for the Bees to level, the best being Simeon Akinola’s stunning overhead kick that was somehow saved David Gregory.

However, the attacking threat soon paid off with 20 minutes left on the clock as Coulthirst found space from close range to fire home and secure a deserved point.

Things didn’t quite go to plan on Good Friday though, as Barnet were beaten 1-0 away at AFC Fylde.

Danny Rowe, the National League’s top scorer with 27 goals, scored the only goal in stunning fashion in the first half to cement Fylde’s position in the play-off places.

The away side started brightly and had a chance to take the lead just three minutes in when Coulthirst nodded down for Jack Taylor, but his effort hit Callum Reynolds and went over.

Mason-Clarke then fired narrowly wide before Taylor had another effort blocked, this time by an opposition player, as the Bees looked to turn up the pressure.

However, with their first chance of the match, Fylde took the lead when Rowe, from 25 yards out, met a volley perfectly to fire into the bottom corner.

Barnet were by no means out of the game and came close on a number of occasions before the break. Sweeney headed over from Elliott Johnson’s free-kick and Coulthirst then had an effort saved by Jay Lynch before the game reached a major turning point – Sweeney dismissed for Barnet after the referee deemed his tackle to be dangerous.

Fylde started the second half stronger due to their man advantage but were up against a resilient defence that weren’t going down without a fight.

Even late on, Barnet had a chance to steal a point when Cheye Alexander delivered a cross towards Johnson, but there was nobody else in the box to meet his knock-down, and thus the Bees had nothing to show for their efforts.

The side’s final game of the season comes this weekend as they travel to Havant & Waterlooville, with kick-off at 12.30pm.