Hat-trick hero Lee Cook highlighted his first goal against Dartford as the pick of the bunch as he fired Barnet to victory on Bank Holiday Monday.
The 32-year-old scored just three minutes after coming on as a substitute and went on to find the net twice more in a 4-0 triumph.
He told the club's official website: “The first one was especially pleasing because it was bouncing a bit so I had to catch it on the half-volley and keep it low.
“I wanted to keep them low as their keeper was a bit of a lump so found it a bit difficult to get down.
“The second one was quite a casual finish and the penalty was nice in the side netting so I’m really pleased.
“These days if you are getting forward in those positions and coming in off the line then that is where you are going to be getting goals.
“In this modern day of football you are encouraged to do that a bit more so hopefully I get a few more this year.”
Bees manager Martin Allen praised his summer signing, whose brilliance followed John Akinde’s opening goal in Edgware.
Allen said: “Cook with his left foot – which is like a wand, let’s be honest – was always going to score goals.”