BARROW Raiders were completely outplayed against a much slicker Doncaster side and were never at the races.

The South Yorkshire side went into 4-0 lead with only two minutes on the clock and never looked back.

They dominated the second half and went home a happy team with two points in the bag.

Barrow, though defending well under constant pressure in the first period never really looked like putting points on the board, but did manage a solitary try from substitute Ellis Gillam six minutes from the break. Ryan Shaw converted to make it  6-10 at the break.

However, it was one-way traffic in the second half as the Dons threw the ball around at pace with Barrow unable to keep them at bay, as they ran in a further five tries without reply.

The Dons went on the attack from the first whistle and a neat angle kick from Ben Johnston evaded Matty Costello, and in like a flash was Brad Hey, the kick from Craig Hall went wide of the target 0-4.

Hall, who was in top form tested Luke Creswell with two high kicks, but the Barrow full-back took the ball cleanly to avert any danger.

When Barrow did get in the Dons half, Ryan Johnston tried to stab the ball through the cover only for the ball to hit the knee of Reece Lynne who tore downfield.

As more pressure built, Barrow were let off the hook when Joe Lovodua failed to play the ball correctly and was penalised.

Barrow had an opportunity after Hall and Luke Briscoe made a hash of a kick ahead from Brad Walker.

Raiders pressed forward through Gillam and Silver only for Brad Walker to throw a poor pass out to Bullman who had the line in his sight.

On 26 minutes, the Dons stretched their lead, keeping the ball alive from one wing to the other, Lovodua crossed out wide. Hall tagged on the goal 0-10.

Misi Taulapapa soon crossed, but was denied a try due to a double movement before Pacific Islander Pauli Pauli went close, but he was halted inches short of the home line.

On a rare attack, substitutes Tom Forber and Ellis Gillam combined for the latter to cross the line for Shaw to convert 6-10 at the break.

The second period belonged to the Dons who were in full flight and 16 minutes into the half Ben Johnston broke through and swung around in the tackle to dot the ball down.

Connor Robinson converted 6-16.

Within four minutes it was 6-22 when a neat break from Watson Boas saw Hall in support to race over, Robinson converting.

Barrow only made in-roads on a couple of occasions without much joy prior to Pauli Pauli forcing his way over in the corner at the other end of the field, Robinson landing a fine conversion from the touchline 6-28.

Raiders were out on their knees due to having to defend for long periods and failed to stop Reece Lyne scoring outside 6-32.

And to round off a good day at the office, Briscoe coasted in for Robinson to convert.

Barrow: Creswell, Bulman, Costello, Broadbent, Shaw,B Walker,R Johnston, T Walker, Wood,Silva, Greenwood, Clarke Emslie.Subs used: Forber,Wilkinson, Gillam, Burke. Mail Man of the match Ellis Gillam. Attendance: 1,616.