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09 April 2024 Venue Lamex Stadium Attendance

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Match Reports


9 April 2024

The Reds were handed a second consecutive away defeat this evening, going down 2-1 on their first ever trip to the Lamex Stadium.

After Adam Phillips' opener was levelled up by Jamie Reid's strike in the opening 45', a Dan Butler free-kick settled a contest that won't live long in the memory.

It took just two minutes for the hosts to test us. A free header for Aaron Pressley inside the six yard box but the effort was straight at Liam Roberts.

On 17 minutes a cross from Kane Smith down the right was met well by Reid but his first-time shot whistled a yard beyond the near post.

Just two minutes later the hosts' best chance so far, as Reid's low cross was begging to be put away but somehow Pressley failed to convert from three yards out.

Five minutes further and another free header, this time for Elliott List - inside the six yard box - but thankfully it was straight at Roberts again.

The Reds had forced a couple of corners and put over one or two crosses but in general, they were struggling to cope with the home side's tactics. 

However, with half-an-hour gone, they took a surprise lead when a long kick from Roberts found Phillips who appeared offside, but the number 30 steadied himself just outside the box and lifted the ball over the goalkeeper and into the empty net.

That goal seemed to settle Neill Collins' side as they began to play the ball in and around their opposition. Indeed, it could have been 2-0 when good play from John McAtee and Sam Cosgrove released Jon Russell, one-on-one with the 'keeper but his attempted effort was clawed away by Craig Magillivray. 

But, in first half injury time, the hosts equalised against the run of play. A good move in and around the box eventually saw Reid cut inside and fire in the leveller, through bodies and Roberts at the near post.

HALF-TIME: Stevenage 1-1 Barnsley

The Reds came out fighting at the very start of the second half and a wonderfully fizzed cross from the right by Jordan Williams looked likely to be turned in by Cosgrove but the striker couldn't quite connect from two yards out.

Just a couple of minutes later, Stevenage went ahead. A free-kick on the edge of the box was fired in low by Dan Butler, beating the wall and going straight through Roberts who must have been unsighted.

60 seconds later, Reid nearly made it three but after dancing beyond the Reds defenders, Roberts saved low down to his right.

Another couple of minutes of pressure and somehow Pressley headed wide when unmarked at the back post. The home side were now camped in the Reds' half, who were struggling to get out, struggling to find a route back into the clash.

Roberts again saved well to thwart Pressley who had worked himself room to have another free header at the far stick, and then Collins looked to his bench with the likes of Herbie Kane, Devante Cole and Fábio Jaló introduced.

Top goalscorer, Cole was close to getting on the end of a Phillips cross but there were no clear-cut opportunities to speak of in the last 20 minutes. However, Cole did fall inside the box under a Carl Piergianni challenge, but the referee waved away his penalty claims.

In the dying embers, the impressive Reid could have sealed it but his powerful drive came back out off the inside of the far post.

Work still to do for the Reds if they're to confirm an end-of-season play-off place. 

FULL-TIME: Stevenage 2-1 Barnsley

Roberts, Williams (Cotter), de Gevigney, McCart, Earl, Cadden (Jaló), Phillips, Russell (Cole), Connell, McAtee, Cosgrove (Kane).

Unused: Killip, James, O'Keeffe.

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Ticket News


28 March 2024

Ticket details have been confirmed for the game with Stevenage at the Lamex Stadium.

The rearranged match at the Lamex Stadium will take place on Tuesday 9th April and is a 7.45pm kick off.

There will be no Alcohol served in the ground on the day for any supporters attending the game.

Supporters will be allocated 2 loyalty points for purchasing their tickets in advance. If you are purchasing away game and cup tickets for other people, you must correctly assign the ticket to each individual for every game, even when tickets are on general sale. This will enable us to offer the correct privileges to supporters on occasions when tickets are on restricted sales in the category system.


Tickets from the original date will be valid for the rearranged fixture. Any supporters who cannot attend the new date can return their tickets to the box office for a refund before the tickets go off sale. Tickets go off sale at 12pm on Tuesday 9th April.


The prices for this fixture are:


Adults: £24

Senior 60+: £22

Disabled Supporters: £22

Students with valid ID: £22

Active and Ex Armed Forces with a defence discount service card: £22

NHS and Emergency Service Workers: £22

Under 18: £16

Under 12: £10


Proof of concessions may need to be shown at the time of purchase and also on the turnstiles on the day of the game. Should anyone not be able to provide the proof of concession at the turnstiles then they will be refused entry with no refund.

Disabled supporters pay the prices above with a free personal assistant if required. Supporters need to be in receipt of the medium-high disability living allowance or the equivalent PIP award.

Official Club Coach Travel departs at 3.00pm priced at £27.00 per seat. We have a strict no alcohol policy. Any Children under 16 who are travelling with us must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18+.

There is free parking opposite the stadium and any supporters who need an accessible parking space will need to email the club directly on  

The easiest and most convenient way to purchase tickets is online at

Should anyone have any problems with purchasing online then they can contact us via email to

There will be a £1 per transaction booking fee for tickets for collection and there will be a £2 per transaction postage fee for tickets purchased to be posted.

The postage deadline for this game is 3pm Friday 5th April.

Tickets go OFF sale at the Oakwell Box Office at 12pm on Tuesday 9th April. All ticket sales and returns will need to be completed by this time and there will be no refunds past this date. Any tickets which remain at the Oakwell Box Office up until 1pm on Tuesday 9th April will be sent to Stevenage for collection on the night.

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