WORLD number one darter Michael van Gerwen is set to thrill crowds as he takes to the stage in Barrow.
BARROW AFC’s rearranged Conference North home game with North Ferriby United will take place on Tuesday, April 14 (7.45pm kick-off).
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POOL ace Kyle Brown is confident he can make an impact at world level after enjoying some success in his first taste of global competition.
ARROWS ace Dee Bateman was back to her throwing best as she landed the Scottish Open Women’s Pairs title.
IZAK Reid cannot wait to throw himself back into action to boost Barrow AFC’s title bid and his personal goal of earning first promotion. (2 comments)
ONE of rugby league’s best players of recent years is helping shape the career of an up and coming Furness youngster. (2 comments)
THREE rising stars in Furness RL are celebrating after being called up by England.
GYMNASTICS is booming in Millom, with more than 100 youngsters displaying their acrobatics and aerobic skills every week.
SHOT STOPPERS have had their reflexes tested and skills improved thanks to a special goalkeeper course.
WOMEN have been proving This Girl Can thanks to regular hockey training sessions.
BARROW Raiders will target clearing the club’s mortgage after paying off an £180,000 overdraft in three years. (3 comments)
PADDY McAteer has been supporting Barrow RL at Craven Park for more than 50 years. Over the next three weeks he will be picking his favourite post-1950s Barrow squads from his time on the terraces. One of these will consist of West Cumbrian-born players and one of players from Lancashire. The series starts with a squad made up entirely of locally-born players (8 comments)
PADDY McATEER has been supporting Barrow RL at Craven Park for more than 50 years. He is picking his favourite post-1950s Barrow squads from his time on the terraces. Last week he concentrated on locally-born players, this time its those who hailed from West Cumbria (1 comment)