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.