Barrow AFC’s Bradley Barry has officially made 100 appearances in the English Football League (EFL).

The right back marked a century of EFL games last Saturday during Barrow’s 2-2 draw with Forest Green Rovers at Holker Street.

The Bluebirds were 2-1 up against the away side, as the game went into second-half stoppage time.

However, a 96th minute free kick from Rovers midfielder Nicky Cadden rescued a point for the Gloucestershire side.

The Bluebirds are 18th in League Two, five points away from Stevenage in the relegation zone.

Despite the late equaliser, Barry revealed he was pleased to reach the milestone.

Barry posted on his Twitter account: “I’ve reached a milestone of 100 EFL appearances (starts) on Saturday.

“Huge achievement for me and my family.

“Thanks for all the people have been and are still involved to drive me in the right direction.”

Barry joined The Bluebirds in 2019, after being released by Chesterfield.

However, Chesterfield will have been kicking themselves after Barry returned to the Technique Stadium and scored a screamer for his new side.

The former Spireite played 30 league games in his first season with Ian Evatt’s side, as The Bluebirds returned to the Football League as National League champions.