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TYKESThe Young Karers East Sutherland (UK)
TYKESTraining Young Kids for Early Success (Chino, CA)
TYKESTeignmouth Young Keystone Entertainers
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It got even better for the Tykes as Barnes gave Ruiter no chance as he rifled into the roof of the net.
Captain Tony Craig scuffed his shot but the ball fell to Beevers, who rolled Tykes defender Marc Roberts before rifling home from six yards.
On 63 minutes the Tykes got a second when Jennings curled a low shot around Worsnop from inside the area after possession had been given up in midfield.
Jacob Mellis - e ex-Chelsea mid-elder has been oered a new contract to stay with the Tykes as they look to protect their investment.
If they are disqualified, Paddy Power and Stan James will refund outright bets on the Tykes, with all other bets unaffected.
Following a meeting with chief executive Gary Hetherington on Monday, when Marshall expressed his desire to continue playing at the highest level, the Tykes placed the 32-year-old on the transfer list.
Snyman, shunted on to the wing following the return from injury of Chris Bell, helped add a touch of menace to the Tykes threequarter line which was full of inventive running.
Scarbrough added his sec-ond try as full-time approachedbut it wastoo late for the Tykes.
What: Prime-time tribute to the series' 10th anniversary with the tykes 10 years older.
The Tykes (and famous fan Dickie Bird, right) made the top flight for the first time in their 102-year history with a passing style that was pleasing on the eye.
Millwall fans reacted to defeat with their usual charm, with a few charging towards the Barnsley section, while others appeared to lob coins at Tykes players.