Ephron Mason-Clarke struck six minutes into second-half injury time to rescue a point for Barnet in a 2-2 draw at home to Woking in the National League on Saturday.

The visitors had taken a two-goal leads through Ben Gerring and Mark Shelton either side of half-time, but Mauro Vilhete reduced the arrears shortly after before Mason-Clarke popped up at the far post to hit the leveller.

Darren Currie made two changes to the side that lost against Bromley, with Charlee Adams coming in for Wes Fonguck while Simeon Akinola replaced Alfie Pavey.

Barnet started on the front foot and almost took the lead inside the opening five minutes when Josh Walker wriggled away from his marker, but his low effort was smartly saved by Craig Ross.

Instead, it was the Cards who opened the scoring when former Bee Dave Tarpey swung in a free-kick that was met by Gerring to head past Scott Loach.

Dan Sweeney almost produced an equaliser on the stroke of half-time, but couldn’t quite stretch enough to keep his header down, while at the other end Loach was forced into action to stop Max Kretzchmar making it 2-0 before the interval.

Only eight minutes after the restart however, Woking’s lead was doubled when Jamar Loza advanced forward down the left and played it inside to Shelton, who fired past Loach.

Vilhete pulled one back almost immediately for the hosts as he turned home Sweeney’s cross to give Barnet hope of a fightback.

Further chances came when substitute Pavey headed wide from Vilhete’s cross and when fellow substitute Mason-Clarke rattled the post from the edge of the box.

The midfielder wasn’t to be denied late on though when, deep into injury time, he stooped to head in Harry Taylor’s cross at the far post and secure a deserved point.

Barnet are next in FA Cup action when they make the short trip to Potters Bar Town this Saturday in the fourth qualifying round. Kick-off is at 3pm and the game will also be broadcast live on the BBC Sport website.