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tyke

, tike
1. a dog, esp a mongrel
2. Austral slang offensive a Roman Catholic
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Tykes midfielder Brad Potts fired over from an acute angle early on and then forced a smart one-handed save from Robbin Ruiter, the Dutch keeper making his league debut for the Cats.
Millwall fans reacted to defeat with their usual charm, with a few charging around the top tier towards the Barnsley section, while others appeared to lob coins at Tykes players.
Chester hadn't got going with too many passes going astray and paid the price when the Tykes took the lead on 16 minutes.
Former boss Danny Wilson, who had previously led the Tykes into the Premiership, was given task of saving the club from relegation.
The Yorkshire-Notts match may have to be replayed, or the Tykes could be thrown out of the competition.
Some big-hitting in the latter stages from Graham Napier, with 61 off 34 balls, set a total that proved out of reach for the Tykes.
Yet the Tykes were largely devoid of ideas and skill as an afternoon which began in such carnival atmosphere fell horribly flat.
But now Parks, who enjoyed two impressive seasons with the Leeds Tykes, looks about to plump for France.
The former New Zealand captain, who joined the Tykes at the start of this year's Premiership campaign, made his intention to leave the club clear shortly after their relegation from England's top flight was confirmed on Sunday.
The Tykes played all the rugby and even the Exiles' try came against the run of play, with Mike Catt's long ball exposing a chink in the home side's defence for winger Scott Staniforth to cross.
The Tykes finally broke through after 67 minutes when Dan Scarbrough sprinted clear to touch down in the corner.
In the fantasy episode, the tykes are watching a sci-fi movie on TV and begin to wonder what life will be like in the ``foocher.