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West Green in cup clash

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West Green WMC will be bidding to reach the latter stages of the Sheffield Junior Challenge Cup when they host South Kirkby Colliery on Sunday, kick-off 11am. Woolley are also in action, taking on Chaucer Social Club at home. Two Barnsley-based sides who have already booked their place in the next round are Locke Park… Read more »


Vaz Te pipped to Player of Month award

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Barnsley forward Ricardo Vaz Te has been pipped to the December Player of the Month accolade by a defender. Reading’s Alex Pearce got the nod after helping the Royals register four clean sheets and rise up the Championship table during the last month of 2011. Vaz Te had rounded off a productive month for himself… Read more »


Ricardo nominated for player award

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In-form Barnsley forward Ricardo Vaz Te has been nominated for December’s Championship Player of the Month award. The 26-year-old Portuguese star is the Reds’ top marksmen so far this season with 10 goals. Eight have come in his last eight outings, including the memorable hat-trick against Leeds on New Year’s Eve. The winner of the… Read more »


Reds swoop for striker Dagnall

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Barnsley boss Keith Hill has made his first swoop into the January transfer market, signing Scunthorpe striker Chris Dagnall for an undisclosed fee. Dagnall, 25, played for Hill at Rochdale and has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year Oakwell deal. However, he cannot make his debut for the Reds against Swansea City on… Read more »


Vikings and Dodworth set for trophy tussle

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Barnsley’s most well known rugby league clubs will go head to head on Saturday. Hoyland Vikings host Dodworth in what promises to be a cracking Steve Creek Memorial Trophy semi-final clash. The tie kicks off at 2pm and all spectators are welcome.


Jay thrilled by gaffer's faith

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Barnsley left-back Jay McEveley has paid tribute to ‘gaffer’ Keith Hill for not slamming the door on his Oakwell career. McEveley was made available for loan earlier in the season, after losing his place in the team to Jimmy McNulty. But an injury to Rob Edwards saw McNulty switched inside to centre-half, and McEveley found… Read more »


'Fans may have to be patient'

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Reds boss Keith Hill reckons that supporters might have to show a little patience in Saturday’s cup clash wth Premier League new boys Swansea City. The Swans, having swept into the top flight in such style, have maintained their eye-catching brand of pass-and-move football this term. Said Hill: “In the possession stats I believe they… Read more »


Drinkwater back training with Reds

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Manchester United midfielder Danny Drinkwater was today back training with the Reds at Oakwell – and manager Keith Hill has said he could yet feature in Saturday’s FA Cup third round clash with Swansea City. Drinkwater’s loan from Old Trafford had been cut short because of a torn thigh muscle sustained in the home defeat… Read more »


Hill: 'Butterfield injury is a very, very sad blow'

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Jacob Butterfield’s season-ending injury is a big blow to Barnsley according to manager Keith Hill. Star asset Butterfield, 21, damaged his anterior cruciate ligaments after being on the receiving end of a poor challenge in the New Year’s Eve victory over Leeds United. A subsequent X-ray revealed the true extent of the damage and Butterfield… Read more »


Laura has a ball being Barnsley mascot

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Young Barnsley fan Laura Jacobs came from the other side of the world to get to see her favourite team up close and personal. Her Laura, aged nine, lives in Canada with her family, who are originally from the town. They all came back to Barnsley for the Christmas and New Year period – and… Read more »