Barrow AFC's 2018/19 season has left their supporters feeling much more positive about the direction of the team than the previous year and there have been some real highlights along the way.

Here, Matt Wright picks some of the best games of the campaign.

Barrow AFC 3 Chesterfield 2, August 14

An early-season cracker at Holker Street that was decided by Tyler Smith's quickfire double halfway through the second half, as the Bluebirds became the first team to take points off manager Ian Evatt's old club.

Aldershot Town 0 Barrow AFC 2, November 24

Maybe not the most thrilling match, but the three points gained at Aldershot were arguably the most important in AFC's season.

They had lost their previous six matches, in all competitions, beforehand, but goals by Smith and Jack Hindle stopped the rot.

Barrow AFC 3 Salford City 2, December 29

The BT Sport cameras came to Barrow and they caught a terrific contest that saw ten-man Salford twice peg the Bluebirds back, following Jacob Blyth's penalty and Kemy Agustien's screamer.

Evatt's side then provided one last wonderful twist, as Blyth headed in Josh Kay's cross to snatch victory in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

Wrexham 1 Barrow AFC 3, March 12

AFC were capable of giving the best teams in the National League a real chasing at times this season and no more was this better demonstrated than at the Racecourse Ground.

Goals from Dan Jones, Blyth and Lewis Hardcastle put Evatt's side 3-0 up at half-time, rendering Kieran Kennedy's header a mere consolation.

Barrow AFC 1 Hartlepool United 0, April 22

The Bluebirds' last home game of the season produced arguably their most complete performance of it, with Kay's sensational overhead kick in the first half worthy of winning any game.