BOSTON United boss Jason Lee told striker Korey Dyer-Stewart to go out and impress with the Pilgrims’ reserves in a bid to earn a first-team contract.
And the young striker is certainly doing just that.
The speedy forward was on target again last night as Boston’s second string left near-rivals Heckington with all three Lincs League points.
Manager Martyn Bunce had Dyer-Stewart and first-team winger Joe French at his disposal.
But it was the hosts who took the lead in the 24th minute.
However, Dyer-Stewart - who scored twice in his opening match in amber and black at Cleethorpes on Saturday - was at it again.
In the 33rd minute he rounded the keeper to slot home.
After the break, Boston turned the screw.
Substitute Charley Sanders, on for Dyer-Stewart, found the net in the 66th minute, after being teed up by Jordan Nuttell.
With six minutes remaining the young duo worked well together again, this time Nuttell finishing with a 20-yard left-foot drive.
On Saturday, United travel to Sleaford Reserves (KO 3pm).
UNITED: S. Vince, Butler, Sturman, Dawson, Price. French (Eustace 63), Elliott (Beauchamp 72), Pinner, Ogden. Nuttell, Dyer-Stewart (Sanders 63);
Subs (not used): Lester, N. Vince.