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“Thank you for your amazing support” – Heckingbottom

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Former Barnsley head coach Paul Heckingbottom has issued the following statement on the Oakwell Club’s website. “The events of the last few days happened so quickly and unexpectedly that I didn’t have chance to personally thank everyone at Barnsley Football Club, players, staff and supporters. “I have managed to catch up with players and colleagues… Read more »

The story of Ventoux told on road bikes at The Civic

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We’ve seen Britain go cycle crazy with the Tour De Yorkshire returning on 3 May and now there’s even a play about the sport. A restaging of the dramatic battle between Lance Armstrong and Marco Pantani on Mont Ventoux  in the Tour de France 2000 is showing at The Civic this March. “Not a pedestrian… Read more »

Barnsley Ladies’ seven-up extends their lead at the top

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Barnsley 39, Southport 0 (Championship 2 North) Barnsley extended their lead at the top of the table with a seven-try victory over Southport. With three wins over the visitors already in the last couple of years, Barnsley were full of confidence, but Southport are a decent side, with a strong pack and good defence, so… Read more »

Moment of madness proves costly for ‘first-class’ Reds

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Barnsley 1, Fulham 3 (SkyBet Championship) It was overwhelmingly frustrating that such a disciplined performance by beleagured Barnsley should be ruined by one mad moment of red-mist indiscipline. As the board went up to indicate two minutes of first half stoppage time the Reds appeared to be on their way to a much-needed first home… Read more »

Oakwell Club ‘saviour’ dies at the age of 66

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Barnsley Football Club have announced that Patrick Cryne has died at the age of 66. He had been battling cancer since November 2016. The club issued the following statement: “Club Custodian for 14 years and widely regarded amongst the loyal fan base as the ‘saviour’ of the Club since taking control in 2003, Mr Cryne… Read more »