As new boss Frost joins, Poachers face three matches in space of seven days

Town fought back to draw 2-2 with Leicester Nirvana on Saturday.
Town fought back to draw 2-2 with Leicester Nirvana on Saturday.

Boston Town face three matches in seven days as new boss Gary Frost looks to bring a winning mentality to the DWB Stadium.

It will be a hectic schedule for the former Wyberton boss, although he will not be in the dug-out for tonight’s arrival of Wisbech Town in the United Counties League Premier Division (KO 7.45pm).

The Poachers kicked off their season with a 4-1 FA Cup defeat at home to the Fenmen and will be looking for revenge as interim managers Lori Borbely and Darren Bevan aim to go out on a high.

Next up will be Saturday’s arrival of fellow strugglers Huntingdon Town to the DWB Stadium (KO 3pm), ahead of completing their United Counties League Premier Division hat-trick at Lincolnshire rivals Deeping Rangers on Tuesday (KO 7.45pm).

The quick succession of contests will aid Frost in both getting to know his squad and establishing his role in the dug-out.

He said: “There are a lot of local lads in the team so I know a lot of them, but not like I did the Wyberton team.

“The Lincs League is a tough division but it’s more matey. At a club like Boston Town you have to establish the line between manager and players.”

Frost watched from the sidelines as the Poachers fought back from 2-0 down to earn a home draw with Leicester Nirvana on Saturday.

After trailing to a Michael Wood own goal and Shaquille Master effort, two last-gasp goals secured a share of the spoils.

Jordan Nuttell gave the hosts hope with 86 minutes played and Fraser Bayliss completed the dramatic fightback two minutes later.