19 Jan 2019 in News
Fraser re-joins Poachers
Boston Town have re-signed pacy forward Fraser Bayliss.
Club officials would like to thank Pinchbeck United for their help over the transfer, which means he's available for today's game at home to Leicester Nirvana.
Bayliss first came to the DWB Stadium in 2013-14 and has previously scored 17 goals for the Poachers in 79 appearances.
He was a key part of last season's FA Cup run, scoring in their giantkilling wins over both Carlton Town and Hednesford.
Bayliss was one of 137 goalscorers whose names were printed on the matchball used in the FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester United at Wembley.
The Ball For All celebrated players who scored significant goals in the competition, from the extra preliminary round to the semi-finals. Bayliss featured alongside the likes of Will Grigg, Alexis Sanchez and Willian.
Gary Edgley said: "Fraser is a great lad who I have worked with before at my time as head coach at Boston. He will give us an extra attacking dimension with his direct running and eye goal.
"I would also like to thank Ian Dunn, Allan Ross and Pinchbeck for their cooperation."