Barnsley recently managed a 2-1 win over Britain and Hove Albion that helped them move clear of the relegation zone. The team very much in that this victory, and the manager David Flitcroft praised the performance of his players.

Barnsley were coming into the match on the back of the 5-0 drubbing at the hands of the Premier league champions Manchester city. As a result, there was pressure on the manager to deliver results as the season comes to a close. Barnsley are extremely close to the relegation zone. Flitcroft has said that his team showed a similar kind of ruthlessness displayed by Manchester city.

Local Teams: Port Macquarie

Website: Port Mac

This website is open to all and serves the players, coaches, referees, sponsors and members of Port Macquarie Football Club. The club also have an online forum for registered players and coaches from teams in the Mid North Coast area. Click here to register on the forum.

Local Teams: Old Bar Barbarians

Website: Old Bar Barbarians

Welcome to the website for the Old Bar Barbarians Football Club Inc., which is located at Old Bar 15 kilometres east of Taree in the Manning Valley on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia.

This website aims to provide information to assist all members, coaches supporters, sponsors and other interested parties.

Local Teams: Macleay Valley

Website: Macleay Valley

Address: P.O Box 643, Kempsey - 2440

Kempsey Rangers was formed at the end of the 1978 season by combining the two Kempsey based sides at the time - Kempsey United and Kempsey Athletic.

Several years later the name was changed to Macleay Valley Rangers to more accurately reflect the make up of the club

Local Teams: Kempsey Hornets

Site: Kempsey Hornets

Postal Address: P.O. Box 206, West Kempsey NSW 2440

The Kempsey Hornets Football Club was established in 1970 as the first soccer club on the Macleay. We initially catered to students of West Kempsey Primary School and were known as The West Kempsey Soccer Club. Our club soon grew in size and began catering for male and female players from all over the Macleay Valley leading to a name change in 1990 to “The Hornets”.