October 2, 2012
Cureton double stings Bees
|18 Sam Cowler||24 Rhys Evans|
|30 David Stephenson||16 Kevin Amankwaah|
|2 Barry Fuller||6 Danny Coles|
|32 Krystian Pearce||3 Craig Woodman|
|3 Jordan Brown||5 Pat Baldwin|
|4 Clovis Kamdjo||2 Steve Tully|
|31 John Oster||14 Tommy Doherty|
|7 Oliver Lee||8 Matt Oakley|
|14 Amhed Abdulla||11 Arron Davies|
|11 Ricky Holmes||12 Jamie Cureton|
|19 Jake Hyde||19 John O'Flynn|
|1 Liam O'Brien||Artur Krysiak 1|
|5 Jonathan Fortune||Jordan Moore-Taylor 37|
|6 Jack Saville||Elliott Frear 18|
|8 Mark Byrne||Aaron Dawson 23|
|15 Andy Yiadom||Jimmy Keohane 22|
|25 Jamal Lowe||Guillem Bauza 21|
|10 Jon Nurse||Elliott Chamberlain 31|
|Andy Yiadom for Oliver Lee (46)||Jimmy Keohane for John O'Flynn (85)|
|Mark Byrne for Amhed Abdulla (60)||Guillem Bauza for Jamie Cureton (90)|
|Jamal Lowe for John Oster (72)|
|· Squads: Barnet | Exeter City|
Jamie Cureton took his goals tally for the season to nine as Exeter piled more misery on Barnet with a 2-1 win at Underhill.
Cureton notched a goal in each half as the Grecians bagged all three points after surviving a late scare as the bottom-of-the-table Bees threatened to bag a share of the spoils.
Jake Hyde was on the scoresheet for the home side in the 81st minute but it was not enough as the London club slumped to a seventh defeat in their last eight league outings.
Cureton opened the scoring 10 minutes before half-time when a flick-on from former Bees frontman John O'Flynn left him with time and space to pick his spot from close range.
And it was 2-0 after 67 minutes when Tommy Doherty picked out Cureton in the box - after more good work from O'Flynn - and the former Bristol Rovers striker made no mistake.
Hyde - fresh from notching against Fleetwood on Saturday - bagged a consolation nine minutes from time as the Bees threatened a grandstand finish but ultimately Exeter held on to bounce back from two consecutive defeats.