18 Sep 2020 in News
Boston Town are hoping for another bumper crowd as they entertain Sleaford Town in the FA Vase.
It's their second local derby in five days after Tuesday's 1-1 draw against Holbeach at the DWB Stadium.
That game was watched by 191, the Poachers' biggest home league crowd since the 250 who attended the 1-1 draw against King's Lynn eight years ago.
It was also their biggest crowd in any competition since the 410 watched them against Hyde United in their famous FA Cup run in 2017.
Manager Gary Edgley is targeting a decent run in the FA Vase this season after a long barren run in the competition.
There's prize money up for grabs tomorrow too - not as much as in the FA Cup, but three wins would see Town net more than £2,000.
Kick-off on Saturday (19 September) is 3pm.
Admission is £6, concessions £4 - coronavirus measures apply. You'll be asked to give your name and phone number for track and trace purposes. Please observe social distancing at all times.
Man of the Match sponsor: Museum of Arts and Sciences