The Barnstoneworth club local derby round continued in B-grade, with Barnies Beyond Blue and Barnies Rangers also ending in a 1-1 draw. An under-strength Rangers side did it tough, reduced to ten players in the first half after their full-back went off injured. Despite the shorftfall they opened up a one goal lead at the main break. A still improving Barnies Beyond Blue side clawed back the margin to level when Aaron Splendor found the bottom corner of the net. After three wi
The Orange A-grade All-Age football competition is set for a tightly-balanced season ahead, with the teams at the top of the table notching hard-fought draws in the latest round. The clash between top-of-the-table Barnstoneworth FC and club mates Barnies United in 3rd, could have gone either way with the lead changing hands throughout the match. Mitch Jacobs snatched an early opportunity from an FC mistake that gave United the early lead. But FC came back firing and put 2 awa
The C-grade Barnstoneworth derby under the lights on Friday night had a bigger margin than the draws in other grades. Against a Brighouse side that improves every week, Denley started the better when a shot from midfielder Dan Hillier copped a solid deflection to open the scoring. Two goals from winger Harley Smith made it 3-0 by half-time. Brighouse kept up the pressure and cracker of a free kick by Matt Barr was only kept out by the wall. Brighouse attackers kept stand-in k
The latest C-grade round kicked off under the lights on Friday night at Brabham Stadium. Barnies United and Kinross ground out a nil-all draw until half-time, with subs and supporters shuddering on the sidelines, and Barnies battling to cope with their opponents' extra speed. Barnies striker, Wes Miller opened the scoring ten minutes into the second half, getting onto a well-passed through-ball to find the bottom right-hand corner of the net.
The result was put beyond doubt
Barnstoneworth FC consolidated their spot at the top of the Orange A-Grade football competition with a strong 8-Bloody-1 win over Ex-Services FC. Goals from Grant Kosch, Jack McGregor, Jeremy Boulton, Nathan Blandford, Alex Elliot, an own goal and two from Ben Giameli delivered the win in front of a good crowd at the Bernie Stedman field. Ex-Services kept up the pressure throughout the match. A well-placed pass from Max Kaye to his brother Joseph saw Ex-Services notch a conso
Undefeated at the top of the C-Grade table, CYMS Pink kept their record intact with a solid 6-0 win over Brighouse. Showing signs of improvement, Brighouse held last season’s premiers at bay for the first thirty minutes until the flood gates opened. New signing Cino Kurian, made the most of a goal mouth scramble to open the scoring for Denley Moor in their clash with last year’s over 35s premiers Waratahs. A penalty by Matt Duffy brought the scores level by half-time. Denley
In B-Grade it was a top-of-the-table clash when 1st placed Barnstoneworth Rangers came up against 2nd placed CYMS Green on Saturday(11 May). In a sign of a tough season’s rivalry ahead, both sides undefeated record remains intact, after a hard-fought 3-3 all draw. Barnstoneworth United are starting to find their form. Barnies’ Chris Davis scored in the 1-1 draw against Waratahs Wolf-Pack.