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tyke

, tike
1. a dog, esp a mongrel
2. Austral slang offensive a Roman Catholic
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And Leicester loan midfielder Barnes, 19, making his first senior start for the club, doubled the Tykes' lead four minutes later with a stunning volley.
Sophie Bogdis Gamble, mother of two kids and founder of Touring Tykes, told XPRESS, "I would constantly battle to entertain my children while I worked.
Adam Hammill added a spectacular second and although boyhood Barnsley fan Mark Beevers pulled one back for Millwall, Lloyd Isgrove ensured a return to the Championship for the Tykes.
With the rain teeming down, the game took 10 minutes or so to settle down but the Tykes soon started to take control.
It was ve games into the term when the Tykes collected their rst win of the season, a 2-1 win success over rivals Hudderseld Town.
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 there was nothing the Swansea keeper could do as the Tykes romped into the lead after 19 minutes.
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.
FORWARDS: K Brown (Border Reivers), B Douglas (Border Reivers), D Hall (Edinburgh Gunners), N Hines (Perpignan), A Hogg (Edinburgh Gunners), A Kellock (Edinburgh Gunners), G Kerr (Leeds Tykes), S Lawson (Glasgow Warriors), D Macfadyen (Glasgow Warriors), S MacLeod (Border Reivers), S Murray (Edinburgh Gunners), J Petrie (Glasgow Warriors), C Smith (Edinburgh Gunners), J White (Sale Sharks, capt).