Boston Town aim to keep on cooking up winning recipe

Shane Clancy.
Shane Clancy.

BOSTON Town are hoping to close the gap on Cogenhoe tomorrow.

The Poachers host the the Cooks at Tattershall Road (KO 3pm).

Town currentluy sit one place and six points behind Cogenhoe in the United Counties League Premier.

Victory could see Boston close the gap to three points, with a game in hand.

The Poachers hav ebeen buoyed by winger Shane Clancey’s decision to stay with the club, waiving a seven-day approach from league rivals Spalding United.

The Tulips have already lured prospect Tom James away from Tattershall Road this season.

Town will also be looking to bounce back after Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at second-placed Long Buckby.

It was stand-in manager Phil Jones’ first defeat as boss, but his side could have been excised of rustiness following three weeks without action due to postponements.

Defender Tom Summers and attackers Nick Brown and Paul Jones could make their home debut for Town.

The Poachers have a good record against the Cooks and have won their last four clashes.

Cogenhoe have recently signed former Northampton Town striker Courtney Herbert.