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BCCC Function Room Refurbishment

The refurbishment of our new function in 2016 was partly funded by The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) who is funded by Defra and the EU. The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD): Europe investing in rural areas” Their funding helped us with many purchases including a stage, new bar facilities and electrical equipment such as the electric projector screen and TV. We thank them for their help

League Tables
2015 Events

Premier Club Matches 2018

Saturday 5th May v Bp Auckland
Saturday 23rd June v Stokesley
Saturday 11th August. v Great Ayto

Bands Day 2018

Saturday 7th July





Sunday 8th April 2018


1 winners of £1077 Jackpot prize


Next Draw Sunday 15th April 2018

£300 Estimated Prize

Barney, as they are known to all, have made huge strides in the past decade. From being a second tier side in the NYSD League for nearly 50 years, they have become one of its leading clubs.

In only four years they have won all four of the main league competitions - the Kerridge Cup (twice), the Macmillan Cup, the Premier 15s and in 2016 the league title itself. Cups aplenty have also been won by the second, third and junior sides.

The imposing new clubhouse, replacing the charming but outmoded wooden hut which had stood for half a century, is a symbol of their playing success. There is a quiet determination to try to ensure that the curve continues to be upward. The club have had several accomplished professional players since joining the top division but their efforts have been underpinned by the quantity and quality of home grown players.

Junior coaching remains a vital part of Barney and the Wednesday evening sessions are a key element of the summer.  All youngsters from five to 15 and their parents are welcome. The club has played a significant part in the life of the town for almost 200 years and the past is helping the present and the future.

None of the progress on the field could have been achieved without the help and guidance of sponsors and supporters. The goodwill shown has been tremendous which helps a dedicated committee to keep their sleeves rolled up.

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