Barrow AFC's magnificent 2019/20 season, in which they won promotion to the English Football League for the first time in 48 years, has been recognised by a string of awards coming the club's way.

Granted, two went to individuals who have since moved on, but they were still awarded to people who contributed hugely to one of the most successful campaigns in the Bluebirds' history.

Striker Scott Quigley finished as the top scorer in the National League in what was his first season at Holker Street, finding the net 20 times in the league to spearhead AFC's promotion bid.

The 27-year-old will hope to recreate that form in League Two next season after signing a new three-year contract with the club last week.

Midfielder John Rooney, who has since left for Stockport County matched Quigley's tally in all competitions and his stunning form earned him the National League's Player of the Season award.

Ian Evatt has also departed, after he left to become Bolton Wanderers' head coach two weeks after promotion was confirmed.

Nonetheless, Evatt achieved what very few, if anyone, thought possible when he was appointed in the summer of 2018 and he was deservedly named the National League's Manager of the Season.