TEE Ritson was the toast of the Town with his 21st try of the season clinching a Barrow victory in the final seconds on away soil.

In what must be one of Barrows greatest ever come-backs, Ritson’s try stunned the Eagles team and supporters.

Barrow were done and buried on the hour mark as they trailed 32-12 in 30% blistering heat in South Yorkshire.

Then Crarey's smart move as the Coach brought back on Carl Forster and Josh Wood and all of a sudden, the game was turned on its head.

They hit the Eagles with the flair that has been their trademark all season as they rattled their opponents with four converted tries.

Danny Langtree made a welcome return making a big impact but it was the Eagles who went into an early lead with a Matty Grimes try converted by Josh Gudzec 6-0.

Barrow were soon to draw level with Jarrod Sammut intercepting to send Ritson diving in at the corner for Ryan Shaw to convert 6-6.

Ben-Jones- Bishop put the Eagles back in front with an unconverted try prior to Barrow going ahead for the first time.

A sweeping attack involving Langtree, Wood, Johnston and Sammut was rounded off with skipper Jarrad Stack dotting the ball down, Shaw adding the goal 10-12.

However, on the stroke of half time Corey Aston crossed the white wash for Gudzec to convert 16-12.

The second half started badly for the Raiders with Aston touching down, Gudzec adding the goal 22-12.

A hostly disputed try contested by the visiting players saw the Eagles go further ahead with Joel Farrell getting the nod from the Referee after his touch judge signalled the ball had gone dead,26-12.

The Eagles had certainly landed when Shane Toal lost the ball near the home line and pulling clear for an 85 meter try was Ben-Jones-Bishop, Gudzec tagging on the goal points 32-12 on the hour mark.

Barrow then stepped up a gear in the fashion they know best, Forster and Gillam took play deep for Ryan Johnston to go in by the posts, Shaw converting 32-18. And when Langtree made a fine run and was halted short, the ball moved to Miloudi and Gillam strode over the line for Shaw to convert 32-24.

It was all Barrow at this stage as they once more put emphasis on attack.

A high kick to the corner was knocked on by a Sheffield defender from where Sammut’s pass found Shane Toal who went in at the corner Shaws goal reducing the deficit to just two points at 32-20.

As time was almost up a gallant effort looked all in vain as the Eagles put in a dangerous kick to the corner.

Toal gathered as Barrow swept downfield for Miloudi to release Ritson and the flying machine shrugged off two would be tacklers to burst through from 40 meters out to race over to the delight of the travelling fans who were on cloud nine, Shaws goal after the hooter rounded off a magnificent day at the office.

Barrow now face Bradford at Craven Park this Sunday.

Barrow: Creswell, Ritson, Miloudi, Shaw, S Toal, Sammut, Johnston, Forster, Wood, Gillam, Stack Langtree, Iaria. Subs used: Mossop, Brooks, Hopkins, Emslie.

The end score was Sheffield Eagles 32 and Barrow 36.