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 By PA Sport

Premier League academy teams approved to play for EFL Trophy

Barnsley won the trophy last season.

Premier League academy teams will be allowed to play in the EFL Trophy next season after radical plans to revamp the competition were approved at the English Football League's annual general meeting in Portugal.

Sixteen of the 21 existing category one academies -- 14 of them belonging to top-flight teams -- will be invited to join a 64-team competition which will start with 16 groups of four before becoming a straight knockout with a final at Wembley.

The Premier League is understood to have provided...

 By PA Sport

Barnsley lift Johnstone's Paint Trophy with Wembley win vs. Oxford

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Barnsley celebrate their Johnstone's Paint Trophy at Wembley.

Barnsley were crowned Johnstone's Paint Trophy winners for the first time after fighting back from a goal down to beat Oxford 3-2 at Wembley.

An inspired Oxford side had been great value for a lead on the half-hour courtesy of Callum O'Dowda, but Barnsley hit back in the second half, first when leading marksman Sam Winnall's header forced an own-goal from Cheyenne Dunkley.

Goals from Ashley Fletcher and man-of-the-match Adam Hammill then livened things up for the Tykes, who had lost an FA Cup semi-final...

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Johnstone's Paint to ends sponsorship of Football League Trophy

Johnstone's Paint will no longer sponsor the cup competition.

Johnstone's Paint is set to end its 10-year partnership with the Football League Trophy after this season's final between Barnsley and Oxford on April 3, it has been confirmed.

The cup competition for clubs from League One and League Two, which is split into regional ties ahead of the showpiece match at Wembley, has seen more than two million fans attend matches over the past decade, with over £4 million prize money shared around the teams.

Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey said:...

Morecambe shock Walsall in Johnstone's Paint Trophy

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Two stunning second-half goals gave Morecambe a shock 2-0 win over last season's beaten Johnstone's Paint Trophy finalists Walsall.

Walsall had the best chance of the first half when Adam Chambers broke into the area but skewed his final shot wide when he looked sure to score.

An even game then came to life in the second half with the home side scoring two memorable goals.

The first came for Jamie Devitt on 57 minutes. The Shrimps midfielder took the ball on the left hand side of the box and clipped...

Cameron Stewart holds nerve to fire Doncaster past Burton in JPT

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Cameron Stewart fired home the decisive spot-kick as Doncaster beat Burton 5-3 on penalties in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy northern section first round following a goalless stalemate in 90 minutes at the Keepmoat Stadium.

But it was half-time substitute goalkeeper Marko Marosi who was the hero of the hour, crucially saving Tom Naylor's tame spot-kick, having earlier pulled off two excellent stops to deny Albion.

Neither side created anything of note until the 20th minute when Rovers debutant Paul...