A SWIMMING club has seen it's members achieve national success.
Taking part in Swim England's 2020 Level X rankings, swimmers from Barrow Amateur Swimming Club made their club proud.
The pick of the results came from Lilly Broadfoot, who achieved an overall 2nd in the 100m breaststroke.
Fellow swimmer Porter Tinning came sixth in the 50m Butterfly and seventh in the 100m Backstroke in the national rankings.
There were further good swims from Harvey Caine, Jacob Terre, Tom Bell, Blake Cooksey, who all gained a North West top ten ranking. 
The pandemic has been hard for Barrow ASCs young swimmers, who have faced many months out of the water. 
Their achievements in the Level X rankings, is therefore all the more special, given their limited access to swim training, says Barrow ASC chair Mark Ralph.
Barrow ASC is nearly 145 years old and Mr Ralph has said that he last year has certainly been tough for the club but the competitive spirit is strong and the club is looking forward to getting back to competing across the county and region as soon as restrictions allow.
The club is inviting new members to a trial evening , open to all swimmers from age 7 and above. Further details are available on the club website or their Facebook page: Facebook.com/barrowasc