01 May 2019 in News
Now that the season is over, here are some of the key statistics that tell the story of the past nine months.
Corey Cunliffe, Travis Portas and Danny Horton came top of the appearances table for 2018-19.
Cunliffe played 37 games, missing only two after making his debut at the start of September.
Portas played 33 consecutive matches after coming into the side in October, keeping the club's first sheet of the season in his second game and going on to add a further eight shut-outs.
Horton was made captain at the age of 18 by Gary Edgley and played 31 times, chipping in with a valuable five goals to boot.
Those three have got a long way to go catch up with veterans Lori Borbely and Ollie Pinner, however. The ageless pair ended up the season on 443 and 307 appearances respectively.
Top scorer this season was Tiago Nassunculo, who chalked up 10 goals in only 13 appearances. Second was Liam Tunstall, who netted eight times in 19 games.
As for team successes, Boston Town's biggest victory of 2018-19 was the 6-0 romp at Whitworth in February, with the 5-0 thrashing of Leicester Nirvana the previous month being their best win at home.
The Poachers' best run of the campaign came immediately after the start of the year, when they went unbeaten throughout January and February - eight games in all - and won four games in a row at one point.
Biggest home crowd of the season was 137 against Pinchbeck back in August.