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Match Report | Shrewsbury 1-1 Barnsley

13 February 2024

Shrewsbury suffered late heartbreak as a stoppage-time penalty from Herbie Kane saw Barnsley snatch a late point at the Croud Meadow.

In what was a pulsating game, Town took the lead early in the first half when Nicky Cadden turned the ball into his own net under pressure from Tom Bloxham.

From that point on, both teams had numerous chances to score with Marko Marosi making two outstanding saves for Paul Hurst's side.

Town also carried a major threat going forward with Carl Winchester, Tom Bayliss and Aaron Pierre all going close.

But just as it looked like Shrewsbury would go on to secure a 1-0 win, Barnsley won a stoppage-time penalty which was converted by Kane.

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Boss Paul Hurst opted to make one change from the team that battled its way to an excellent point at Derby.

With Bloxham back from suspension, the forward returned to the side on the right wing with Tunmise Sobowale moving to the bench.

It meant Town remained in a 4-3-3 system with Winchester joined by Jack Hinchy and Bayliss in the middle of the park.

Up front, Bloxham started on the right flank with Jordan Shipley on the left and Dan Udoh the lone striker.

Barnsley entered the game with Neill Collins sat in the stands with the manager serving a touchline ban having picked up three yellow cards.

They lined up in a 3-5-2 system with Devante Cole and John McAtee the front two.


It was Town who flew out the blocks with Hurst's side opening the scoring in the seventh minute.

Initially, Tom Bayliss did well to squeeze the ball through to Udoh, who ventured down the left before drilling in a low cross.

And under pressure from Bloxham, that delivery was turned into his own net by Cadden.

Shortly after, another big chance came Shrewsbury’s way as Shipley’s corner was met by Morgan Feeney whose header was on target but hit Udoh.

The ball could have gone anywhere. But unfortunately for Town, it sailed inches past the post.

Barnsley created their first real chance just a minute later.

A quick counter-attack ended with McAtee cutting in from the flank before curling a strike at goal.

Marko Marosi, though, was equal to the effort and produced a good diving save to push the ball away.

Salop continued to play good football with Bloxham, Bayliss and Udoh all linking up nicely before releasing Mal Benning whose effort went just over the bar.

Barnsley then thought they had got themselves on terms in time added on at the end of the first half when Cole tapped in from close range - only to see the linesman raise his flag for offside.

It was Barnsley who created the first chance after the interval when McAtee got in behind the Shrewsbury defence but fired wide from a tight angle.

Town then came a whisker away from grabbing a second when Pierre headed inches wide following a dangerous Bayliss' free kick.

Despite this though, Barnsley continued to pluck away and Marosi pulled off an outstanding reflex save to deny Cadden’s deflected effort from the edge of the box.

Salop weren't content sitting on their lead and just three minutes later, Bayliss drove through on the counter-attack but saw his strike parried wide by Liam Roberts.

A flurry of chances then came for both sides in the space of four minutes with Barnsley blocking efforts from Udoh and Winchester.

Marosi made another great save to keep out a header in the 90th minute before Taylor Perry brought down Mael de Gevigney in the penalty area.

Herbie Kane stepped up to take the spot kick and smashed it into the top right to equalise for the visitors and deny Salop all three points.


Shrewsbury: Marosi, Benning, Dunkley, Pierre, Feeney, Hinchy (Sraha 77), Winchester (Perry 88), Shipley (Bennett 77), Bayliss, Bloxham, Udoh.

Subs not used: Burgoyne, Bowman, Sobowale, O’Brien

Barnsley: Robets; Earl, De Gevigney, Williams, Cadden, Kane, Russell (Cosgrove 62), Phillips, O’Keeffe (Cotter 80), McAtee (Grant 79), Cole.

Subs not used: Killip, Marsh, McCart, Yoganathan

Referee: Thomas Parsons

Attendance: 5,550 (496 away).


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Ticket News

Ticket Details | Barnsley

9 January 2024

Tickets are now on sale for our Tuesday night match against Barnsley in February.

Shrewsbury Town v Barnsley - 13/02/24 - 7.45pm kick-off

The Croud Meadow

Sky Bet League One

Ticket Information

These games are valid for season ticket holders. They can turn up on the day and scan their card at the turnstiles for stadium entry.

Please be aware that ALL juniors under 18 will have a new season ticket card due to a change in the pricing structure. These can be collected from the main ticket office.

Match tickets are available before the day of the game and on matchdays. Please note the new ticket collection points below.

Matchday collections for East and South Stands (Block 1–12) will be from the new Ticket Collection Hut just inside the main green gates after 1pm on matchday Saturday or 6pm for a midweek game.

Collections for the West Stand (Block 13–19) will be in the West Stand Ticket Office as usual from 1pm on matchday Saturday and 6pm for a midweek game.

Collections before these times will still be from the main ticket office from 10am – 5pm Monday, Thursday and Fridays before a home game. Or, 10am - 2.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays before an away game.

Supporters are encouraged to buy in advance so they can help beat the queues on matchday.

Tickets can be delivered to you by post or via email as a QR code. But fans are reminded they can no longer print tickets at home due to issues with barcode quality causing delays at the turnstiles.

Fans who used to print their tickets at home can have one posted out to them or you can collect one from the ticket office.

Ticket office opening hours are 10am – 5pm Monday, Thursday and Fridays before a home game. Or, 10am - 2.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays before an away game and 10am – kick-off on a matchday Saturday.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

• In-person at The Croud Meadow ticket office• By calling 01743 273943• Via our online ticketing site - click here

Tickets bought online can be printed at home and scanned for stadium entry or can be selected as a QR code and can be saved in your mobile device emails for use on matchday.

When buying online the following costs apply:

Digital Ticket/QR Code = FreeCollect from STFC = FreeStandard post for online booking = £1.50Special Delivery = £9.00Add to FanCard = Free.

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