Beck returns to Poachers

Alex Beck.
Alex Beck.
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Boston Town have swooped to bring striker Alex Beck back to the club.

The goal machine has agreed to return to the DWB Stadium, following a spell with UCL Premier rivals Deeping Rangers.

“We’re delighted to have him on board. He’s a proven goalscorer at United Counties League level,” said Poachers manager Nathan Collins, who can now boast a squad brimming with attacking talent.

“With Jamie Coulson, Jordan Nuttell, Lee Wattam and Matt Kennedy, this gives us five quality strikers.”

Beck rose through the Boston United youth ranks before making his first-team debut for the Pilgrims in 2008, making 17 appearances.

The 23-year-old joined Town in 2010 and netted 34 times in his season-and-a-half with the Poachers.

Eighteen of those goals came in the 2011-12 campaign where he finished the campaign as top scorer, despite leaving the club in January.

He is Town’s fourth summer capture, following the arrivals of Liam Green, Tim Lowe and Coulson.