O'Kelly fights on
Hereford boss Richard O'Kelly insisted his side would fight to the death to avoid relegation despite another setback at Barnet.
Delroy Facey put the Bulls ahead but fellow strugglers Barnet snatched a 1-1 draw and a vital point thanks to Ben May's equaliser. The Bees maintained their three-point cushion over Hereford - and the relegation zone - while the prospect of Conference football now looms large over O'Kelly's men despite moving above bottom club Macclesfield. But O'Kelly said: "You keep on fighting - there are nine points to play for - you keep on going. "You don't throw the towel in, the group of players and the supporters are still out there fighting so why not. "But I think it was important to win, from Barnet's point of view it was more important not to lose but we needed to win the game."