It's the Danny Rowe show as Barrow AFC claim crucial win
Last updated at 00:52, Wednesday, 20 February 2013
BARROW AFC's two Danny Rowes both found the net to hand Dave Bayliss's men a vital 2-0 win over ten-man Woking.
Winger Danny Rowe broke the deadlock to score his fifth goal of the season, on nine minutes, when he collected Alex-Ray Harvey's through ball before guiding his neat effort into the far right-hand corner.
Barrow showed their fighting qualities and displayed a greater attacking threat than the visitors during the first period as they squandered a string of half chances.
While Barrow were worthy of their first-half lead, and they made it 2-0 on 53 minutes when Danny L Rowe expertly converted a 20-yard free kick.
The home side's cause was aided, on 59 minutes, when Woking midfielder Lee Sawyer was sent off for a reckless foul on winger Paul Rutherford.
And Barrow comfortably saw out the game to halt their four-match losing run.
Barrow boss Dave Bayliss named the same side that fell to a 2-1 home defeat against Nuneaton Town on Saturday.
Midfielder James Owen was still suspended, while ill centre-back Sean Hessey was again confined to his sick bed.
Defender Matt Flynn remained on the substitutes' bench as he continues to recover from a calf problem, with midfielder Garry Hunter once again filling his boots at right- back.
Barrow AFC: Danny Hurst, Garry Hunter, Efe Sodje, Mike Pearson, Gavin Skelton, Paul Rutherford (Sean McConville 68), Richie Baker, Alex-Ray Harvey, Danny Rowe, Danny L Rowe, Paul Boyes (Lee McEvilly 90).
Substitutes: Shaun Pearson, Tom Eckersley, Matt Flynn.
Woking: Seb Brown, Adam Newton, Brett Johnson (Adam Doyle 67), Jack Parkinson, Mike Cestor, Kevin Betsy, Mark Ricketts, Lee Sawyer, Gavin McCallum, Brett Williams (George Frith 59), Jayden Stockley (Loick Pires 76).
Substitutes: Joe McNerney, Elvijs Putnins.
Referee: P Bankes
First published at 19:33, Tuesday, 19 February 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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Gubbins you have just made it quite clear what sort of fan u are, Barrow AFC dont need your sort, then again see you at the next big day out. As the saying goes a dog isnt just for christmas
for your information some of us fans may have had prior engagements, I was at the gym as it happens training my back and shoulders, so I couldn't be in two places at the same time!
Also your comment "you only want to know when the good times are here" Then yes I agree with that, who wants to go when they are getting beat all the time and playing rubbisg football??
start winning regularly and maybe a few more will start watching regularly!!
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