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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 (7 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