Lori makes 400-game milestone

Lori Borbely presented with an award by Dave Creasey for 400 games for Boston Town.
Lori Borbely presented with an award by Dave Creasey for 400 games for Boston Town.

Boston Town’s Lori Borbely has been awarded a token of appreciation after becoming the fourth player to reach the 400-game mark for the club.

The player, assistant manager and club director was presented with a framed memento prior to Saturday’s 1-1 home draw with Rothwell Corinthians.

He reached the milestone a week earlier with an appearance off the bench at Desborough.

The award was made by former player and long-time supporter Dave Creasey, on his 70th birthday.

Lee Rippin is the all-time appearance record-holder on 641, ahead of Matt Price (483) and Ross Don-Duncan (451).

Borbely made his Poachers debut on August 12, 2006 in a 0-0 draw at Long Buckby.

In total he has scored 59 goals in his 400 games for the club.