Barrow AFC scored 52 goals in the during the 2018/19 National League season and here are five of the best from the campaign.

Erico Sousa v Bromley

Remember him, Bluebirds fans? The Portuguese winger joined the club on loan from Accrington Stanley in October and made an instant impact with this wonderful hit on his debut.

Sousa seized on a loose ball before unleashing a rocket of a half-volley into the top corner to equalise in an eventual 2-1 defeat.

Kemy Agustien v Salford City

The Dutch midfielder was exhausted as this game against the promotion-chasing Ammies entered its final stages.

Essentially no longer able to run, Agustien let fly from miles out, with his shot soaring over Salford ‘keeper Chris Neal and sending the home fans delirious.

Lewis Hardcastle v Harrogate Town

Everything good about Barrow AFC’s football this season wrapped into one move.

This really wouldn’t have looked out of place in the Premier League, as Hardcastle received Jamie Philpot’s inside ball before swapping passes with Jack Hindle, rounding the ‘keeper then rolling into an empty net.

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Josh Kay v Hartlepool United

Kay had just arrived in Barrow’s last home game of the season as a sub for the injured Dior Angus.

What followed was one of the best first touches there’s surely even been, as the wide man connected with Connor Brown’s cross with an overhead kick that flew into the top corner.

John Rooney v Gateshead

There was still time for one more cracker on the final day of the campaign.

A short-corner routine between Rooney and Hardcastle led to the former bending a great effort into the far corner to give AFC an eighth-minute lead at the International Stadium.