Postponed match was ‘blessing in disguise’, says Boston Town boss Frost

Gary Frost (left) and Lori Borbely.
Gary Frost (left) and Lori Borbely.

Gary Frost admitted that Boston Town’s postponed game at Oadby was a ‘blessing in disguise’.

The Poachers were due to travel to Leicestershire to face the UCL Premier’s basement side on Saturday.

But with Town suffering a series of injuries, manager Frost wasn’t arguing when he took the call to say the hosts were suffering from a waterlogged pitch.

“We were down to a bare 14, including Lori (Borbely, assistant manager. It was a blessing in disguise,” he said.

Jordan Nuttell, Duran Reynolds and Ollie Pinner were among the walking wounded this weekend.

“I know we have a backlog of games, but I’d rather go there with a full team and be able to give a proper account of ourselves,” Frost added.