28 Nov 2017 in News
Boston Town's back line proving difficult to beat
Saturday's 2-0 win over St Andrews saw Boston Town register back-to-back clean sheets in the league for the first time in three seasons.
It was a fitting feat for young keeper Harry Payne, who has really grown into his role at the DWB Stadium since filling in for the injured James Lambley.
Payne pulled off several fine saves in particular against Holbeach last Tuesday which proved crucial in the Poachers' 1-0 victory.
He's now made 16 appearances for the club - overtaking the 11 which Lambley was able to make before he was hurt in the famous FA Cup win at Dereham.
Tonight Payne will be aiming for a third consecutive shut-out against in-from Wisbech, who he also turned out for briefly earlier this season.
Photo: (c) Jake Whiteley