Here's an assessment of how Simon Weaver's men performed in Cumbria. PICTURES: MATT KIRKHAM
James Belshaw 6. Tidy enough handling throughout. Left exposed in the first half, though was better protected during the second.
Ryan Fallowfield 5. Endured a torrid first 45 before being replaced. Gave away a penalty, booked and was walking a tightrope with the referee. Been excellent in recent months, so can be excused one bad game.
Callum Howe 7. Overworked during a tough opening period, but dealt with plenty of dangerous balls into his box. Popped up with the all-important equaliser.
Kelvin Langmead 7. The birthday boy used all of his nous and experience to ensure that he was in the right place to make a number of crucial interventions close to his own goal.
Warren Burrell 6. Was given the run around initially and guilty of a couple of loose touches.Much better when switched from left-back to right-back and produced an important goal-line clearance at 2-1.
Jack Emmett 6. Not too much went right for him before he was substituted at half-time. Could perhaps do with a rest and the chance to re-charge his batteries.
Lloyd Kerry 6. Full of endeavour as always however he looked to be swimming against the tide in the first half. Fared better in the second.
Josh Falkingham 7. Always tries to make sure that Town pass the ball whenever they can. Covered plenty of ground and did the ugly side of things effectively.
George Thomson 6. Wasn't really able to impact the game in the fashion Town have come to expect. Looked a bit leggy and was eventually replaced.
Jack Muldoon 7. ADVERTISER STAR MAN. Caused Barrow problems in the first half when so many of his team-mates struggled. Excellent on the ball and his goal was a reward for his tenacity.
Mark Beck 7. Was fouled throughout, as ever, and should have had a penalty. Strong aerially but missed a very good chance at 2-0.
Jack Senior 7. (On for Fallowfield, 46). Made a really positive impact off the bench. Added balance to left-hand side of the back-four and defended solidly.
Joe Leesley 7. (On for Emmett, 46). As was the case at Barnet in midweek, he made things happen when he came on. Ultimately it was his set-piece expertise that created Town's leveller.
Aaron Williams 6. (On for Thomson, 64). Town looked more of a threat with him on the field.