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Training kit and jumpers sponsored by The Railway pub
League: United Counties League Premier Division
1st team manager: Gary Edgley
Assistant 1st team manager: Lori Borbely
Head coach: John Barker
Strength and conditioning coach: Thomas Pogson
Coach: Derrick Nuttell
Physio: Tony Palmer
Gary Edgley signing of young goalkeeper Travis Portas, who's been the Poachers' number one for the past two sasons.
He has previously played for Skegness Town, Skegness United and Boston United's youth team.
Edgley said: "He has really been putting in the hard work in pre-season. This could be a big season for this young keeper."
Travis won the Supporters' player of the year award for the 2018-19 season.
Date JoinedOctober 2018
Previous Clubs Skegness Town Skegness United and Boston United
Promising young defender who was part of Boston United's youth set-up and forced his way into the first team line-up at the DWB Stadium at the start of the 2020-21 season.
Date JoinedAugust 2020
Previous Clubs Boston United
Boston Town have pulled off a coup by signing highly-rated Kyle Watkins for the new campaign.
The 18-year-old defender initially came to the DWB Stadium on loan from Lincoln City last season.
Now Watkins has committed himself to the Poachers for 2019-20 - despite having offers from other clubs at a higher level.
And manager Gary Edgley has shown his faith in the teenager by making him captain.
He said: "I'm absolutely delighted that Kyle is on board with us. Everyone's been asking me if he was going to be at Boston Town again this season and it shows the direction that this club is going in that he has signed.
"Kyle is probably the best defender in this league so it's no wonder that loads of other clubs wanted him. But he's been impressed with the way we're doing things here and believes this is the best place for him to develop.
"I also wanted to recognise his loyalty by giving him the extra responsibility of the captaincy."
Watkins played a major part in turning the Poachers' season around after Christmas by shoring up their leaking defence.
He featured as an unused substitute for Lincoln City's first team towards the end of the season and was named Boston Town's Young Player of the Year.
Date JoinedJanuary 2019
Previous Clubs Lincoln City
We're delighted to welcome Stacy Cartwright back to the DWB Stadium for the new season!
The former Pinchbeck, Wisbech and Holbeach player will have a big part to play in 2020-21.
Date JoinedAugust 2019
Previous Clubs Pinchbeck Holbeach Wisbech
Jordan has shown great versatility playing in central defence, at full back and in midfield.
The 2020-21 season will be his fifth at the DWB Stadium.
Gary Edgely described him as "a young Boston Town legend in the making".
"We missed this lad last season, so pleased he’s back fully fit and wanting to make up for lost time," he said.
Date JoinedDecember 2016
Versatile youngster who has previously been involved with the West Brom Academy and can play either right back or on either wing.
Date JoinedSeptember 2020
Previous Clubs Halesowen Town
The impressive youngster has been virtually ever-present sicne joining the Poachers in August 2018.
Corey was named Players' player of the year for the 2018-19 season.
Date JoinedAugust 2018
Previous Clubs Skegness United Skegness Town
At the start of the 2020-21 season, dependable Richard Ford was closing in on the landmark of 200 apeparances for the club.
Manager Gary Edgley said: "I'm really pleased big Fordy has decided to stay with us after offers from other clubs, big part of this club."
Date JoinedAugust 2015
Boston Town have signed the powerhouse midfielder Kuwsi Ofushine
He's previously played in Sweden for KB Karlskoga and as a teenager was on the books of Swedish club Degerfors IF, where Sven-Goran Eriksson started his managerial career.
The 26-year-old has also played for Grantham Town and Rainworth Miners Welfare in the Northern Premier League as well as having spells with South Normanton and Harrowby United.
Date JoinedNovember 2020
Previous Clubs Degerfors IF Grantham Town Rainworth Miners Welfare South Normanton Harrowby United KB Karlskoga
Date JoinedJuly 2019
Previous Clubs Boston United Grantham Stamford Corby Worksop Holbeach Spalding Pinchbeck
Prolific goalscorer Tom Garrick has played much of his career at a higher level, including for Northern Premier League side Lincoln United.
He netted an impressive 17 goals last season for Lincolnshire rivals Deeping Rangers and was joint winner of the league's Goalscorer of the Month award for December 2019.
Poachers boss Gary Edgley is delighted to have captured Garrick, who also previously been on the books of Grantham Town and Sleaford Town.
Photo: Tom Garrick receives his December 2019 Goalscorer of the Month award
(c) United Counties League
Date JoinedAugust 2020
Previous Clubs Lincoln United Sleaford Town Deeping Rangers
Highly-rated young striker Harry Limb has rejoined the Poachers on loan.
Boston Town boss Gary Edgley thanked his Stamford counterpart Graham Drury for helping to make the move happen.
Limb hit the headlines three years ago when Premier League Burnley signed him from Wisbech Town.
He started his career at Boston United and has also been capped by Northern Ireland at Under 19 level.
Last December he also joined the Poachers on loan and scored an impressive four times in four games.
Against Blackstones he was awarded by the Man of the Match award by sponsor Angels Taxis.
Date of Birth1 August 1999
Date JoinedDecember 2019
Previous Clubs Wisbech Burnley Kings Lynn Stamford
Boston Town have snapped up Sleaford Town's leading goalscorer Sam Jackson.
Poachers boss Gary Edgley has been impressed with his performances for the struggling Greens.
Sam has bagged 4 goals so far this season for a side who have managed only 9 in total between them.
Edgley believes his new recruit will add more firepower to his squad.
Date JoinedNovember 2020
Previous Clubs Sleaford Town
Pacy attacker Abou Sylla has joined the Poachers from West Bridgford. He was a key part of their East Midlands League title-winning squad in 2017
Date JoinedOctober 2020
Previous Clubs West Bridgford South Normanton
Promising youngster Luke White scored some important goals in his first season at the DWB Stadium - including the FA Cup winner at Kirby Muxloe.
After he signed on for 2020-21, manager Gary Edgley said: "Another great young talent has signed for a second season - a big season ahead for this young baller."
Date JoinedJune 2019
Previous Clubs Spalding United
One of only four players to have played 400 times for the club, Lori is one of the most popular figures around.
At the start of the 2020-21 season, he was third on the all-time list and closing in on Matt Price in second place.
Since making his debut in 2006-07, the skilful Romanian has become one of the senior players at the DWB Stadium and also holds the rare distinction of being a club director and assistant first team manager.
Gary Edgely said: "It's great that Boston Town legend Lori is by my side again and still keeping these young players on their toes."
Date JoinedAugust 2006
Previous Clubs Deeping Rangers
Another exciting young prospect with a bag of tricks who made his debut in 2017-18.
Date JoinedMarch 2018
Previous Clubs Gloria Popesti Leordeni Brasov Berceni
Youngster who was part of the Lincolnshire Schools FA Under 16s team who won the Midlands Inter County Trophy in May 2017.
Manager Gary Edgley said he was looking forward to Mido making a big impact in 2020-21.
"I'm looking forward to seeing a bit more of this young man this season - absolutely smashing it pre-season already," he said.
Date JoinedSeptember 2017
Gary Edgley took over as manager in August 2018 following a previous successful stunt as coach
One of the few players to have played more than 350 times for the club, Lori is one of the most popular figures around.
Since making his debut in 2006-07, the skilful Romanian has become one of the senior players at the DWB Stadium and also holds the rare distinction of being a director.
John joined Gary Edgley's team in August 2018, bringing vast experience.
Elite boxer Thomas Pogson has agreed to become Boston Town's strength and conditioning coach.
He fights out of Imps Boxing Centre and also trains with his cousin Callum Johnson, the current British light-heavyweight champion.
Having left the army in 2010, Tony re-trained in sports therapy after four years at Lincoln University.
He's previously worked with Grantham Town, Grantham Town U23s, Lincoln Rugby Club, Lincoln City Academy U20s and Harrowby United.
Tony is skilled in sports injuries, fitness instruction and management, sports nutritional advice and sports massage.