BARROW Raiders were on the wrong end of a 14-try drubbing back in 2006.

Paul Crarey took his side down to the capital where they faced off against Harlequins in the fifth round of the Challenge Cup.

They knew they had a tough game ahead but their training had prepared them for the challenge.

Crarey had high hopes for the day and had been part of the successful Rugby missions in the capital against London Skolars.

February’s outing marked the first time Barrow would have played the Broncos for 12 years.

While the side put up a brave fight, they were no match for a side who stormed to a 14-try, 82-8 victory.

James Finch and James Nixon were Raiders' two try scorers.

Also on the teamsheet were Paul Jones, Phil Atkinson, Liam Harrison, Scott Kaighan, Darren Holt, Paul Raftery, Chris Archer, Matthew Blake, Brett McDermott, Paul Wilcock and Mike Whitehead.

It was a mismatch from the outset with the full-time Super League outfit possessing a wage bill 18 times bigger than a Barrow squad.

Crarey felt his side had put in a huge effort but were outmatched.