A round-up of Barnsley FC related stories.
REDS STAY THIRD AS SATURDAY HOSTS KEEP UP GOOD FORM
Barnsley stayed third in League One after a weekend in which most games were called off due to international call-ups, including the Reds’ home match with Bolton Wanderers.
Stevenage could have overtaken Neill Collins’ side but lost 3-0 at Blackpool.
Meanwhile, Leyton Orient - who host Barnsley on Saturday - continued their good form with a 1-0 win at Carlisle United. The Os are up to tenth, despite picking up just one point from their first four games.
Shrewsbury, who visit Oakwell on Tuesday of next week, netted a late leveller in a 1-1 draw at Cambridge and are 18th.
STYLES ONE WIN FROM EUROS
Callum Styles could help Hungary to a place at Euro 2024 tomorrow night.
The Barnsley midfielder started Hungary’s 2-1 win over Serbia on Saturday which kept them top of their group.
If they win at Lithuania on Tuesday, they will be guaranteed a place at next summer’s tournament in Germany.
LOANEES PLAY IN FA CUP WINS
Two Barnsley loanees helped their teams into the first round of the FA Cup.
Goalkeeper Paul Cooper played in Worksop Town’s 3-2 win over Boston which earned the seventh-tier club a trip to League Two Stockport County.
Kyran Lofthouse played in Gateshead’s 3-0 win at Stourbridge. They will make the long trip to Yeovil Town in the first round.
U18S LOSE, 21S TO VISIT HULL
Barnsley under 18s’ three-match winning run ended with a 3-2 loss at Peterborough.
Emmaisa Nzondo levelled after the hosts took the lead then Posh went 3-1 up before a trialist scored.
Barnsley under 21s are due to play Hull City at North Ferriby from 7pm on Tuesday.
WOMEN WIN FIRST AWAY GAME
Barnsley FC women’s team won 3-2 at Redcar Town in their first completed away game of the season.
Jodie Gregory opened the scoring in the fourth minute from an assist by Madison Foye who, after Redcar levelled, made it 2-1.
The hosts equalised again before half-time but Barnsley, who had hit the post twice and forced some good saves, won it through Foye’s second.
The Reds are fifth in the North East Premier with nine points from five games.