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The Co-operative Championship Grand Final Winners: 2009 League Winners: 2009 Northern Rail Cup Beaten Finalists: 2009 Challenge Cup Winners: 1955 Beaten Finalists: 1938, 1951, 1957, 1967 Division Two Winners: 1975-76, 1983/84 National League Two Winners: 2004 Lancashire Cup Winners: 1955, 1984
- The club was founded as a rugby union club in 1875 before switching to the Rugby League code in 1897. - They relocated to their present home of Craven Park in 1931. - The ground was named after Commander Charles Craven who was the major driving force behind the fund-raising and development of the ground. - The club reached five Challenge Cup Finals between 1938 and 1967. Did You Know? James Peters, who was the first black player to represent England in any sport when he was capped by the rugby union, turned professional with Barrow in 1913.
Goals: 17 - Darren Carter v Nottingham City 27/11/1994 Tries: 6 - Val Cumberbatch v Batley 21/11/1936 6 - Jim Thornburrow v Maryport 19/02/1938 6 - Steve Rowan v Nottingham City 15/11/1992 Points: 42 - Darren Carter v Nottingham City 27/11/1994
Goals: 135 - Joe Ball 1956-57 Tries: 50 - Jim Lewthwaite 1956-57 Points: 323 - Jamie Rooney 2010
Goals: 741 - Willie Horne Tries: 352 - Jim Lewthwaite Points: 1818 - Willie Horne