Former Chesterfield defender Ian Evatt named National League Manager of the Year after Barrow triumph
Evatt, 38, guided Barrow to the title but has since left to join Bolton Wanderers.
Evatt took over at Bolton at the start of July and will face Barrow in the upcoming League Two season.
Barrow took all the end-of-season awards with Scott Quigley claiming the top goalscorer accolade and John Rooney was named as the best player.
Quigley, 27, scored 20 goals for the Cumbrians last season and has just signed a new three-year deal.
But like Evatt, Rooney, 29, brother of Wayne, departed the club to remain in the National League with Stockport County, penning a contract for three years.