Barnet ended up well beaten by leaders Chesterfield in their summit meeting in National League, going down 4-2 at the SMH Group Stadium.

But north London neighbours Wealdstone picked up a last-gasp 3-2 win over Rochdale at Grosvenor Vale.

Barnet's Dom Revan had an early header cleared, after a good run and cross from Idris Kanu, before Danny Collinge cut out a dangerous Chesterfield cross at the other end.

Bees were denied by a goalline clearance on the quarter-hour mark, with Collinge heading over from Zak Brunt's corner on 18 minutes.

But Tom Naylor headed wide for the hosts, before failing to trouble Laurie Walker with a shot from the edge of the box.

Another Naylor effort flew wide of the target on the half-hour mark, before Callum Stead hit the crossbar for Barnet and Harry Pritchard was denied by a goalline block.

Barnet's Adebola Oluwo then headed just over from a corner, before the Spireites sent a late free-kick over the crossbar.

The second half was four minutes old when the home side broke the deadlock through Armando Dobra. And it was 2-0 on the hour mark when Will Grigg beat Walker.

Brunt was booked midway through the second half, with Walker producing a diving save to deny the home side a third on 73 minutes, then using his feet to keep out another effort moments later.

Chesterfield got their third on 76 minutes, though, as Michael Jacobs got his name on the scoresheet. And it was 4-0 four minutes from time when Joe Quigley beat Walker.

Gary Hooper bagged an injury-time brace for Bees, but it was little consolation for Dean Brennan's men.

Wealdstone, buoyed by news of plans for a new stadium on an 18-acre site and with a crowd of 1470 in attendance at Grosvenor Vale, saw Alex Dyer head over from the first chance of their game against Rochdale on three minutes.

But the visitors took the lead on 10 minutes as Kairo Mitchell netted, before Kyle Smith curled over from range.

Max Kretzschmar was shown the first yellow card of the game, before just missing a cross into the box.

But Kretzschmar had to make way for Micah Obiero before the break, with Tarryn Allarakhia forced a save from visiting keeper Mouden.

Jed Ward denied Clayton at the other end, before Stones drew level on the stroke of half time when Allarakhia crossed and Jack Cook got the final touch.

Rochdale were back in front on 52 minutes when Ryan East found the net, with Ashley Charles shown a yellow card soon after.

But Stones were back on terms before the hour mark through Sean Adarkwa, who finished well after being found in the box by Cook's pinpoint pass.

Brandon Mason had his name taken midway through the second half, with Stones defending well to deny the visitors a third goal.

But Corey Andrews sent a header over the bar from Smith's accurate cross as normal time drew to a close, before Cook headed a winner in the fifth minute of stoppage time.