Barrow were on the receiving end of a dominant performance from Garstang in the Northern Premier League last Saturday, as they were thrashed by 105 runs at Ernest Pass.

The result means Barrow remain bottom of the table, four points behind St Annes, having still only one league game all season.

Garstang were put in to bat after the hosts won the toss, but they were made to regret that decision as a third-wicket stand of 162 between captain Mark Walling and Punit Bisht allowed the visitors to dominate.

Mark Walling's 65 was topped by a fantastic 110 off just 94 balls from Pisht, as second-placed Garstang posted an imposing 272-6 from their 50 overs.

Barrow openers Justin Pringle (36) and Toby Mowat (21) got their side's chase off to a solid start, but once Pringle fell the wickets tumbled as the hosts were bowled out for 170, with Garstang's Ian Walling claiming a superb 6-54.