New faces for Poachers

Gary Frost hands debuts to five players

Boston Town fielded five more debutants in last night's defeat to Deeping.

Goalkeeper Ash Malhotra, 26, has previously played for Stourbridge, Rushall Olympic, Bedworth United, Tipton Town and Coventry Sphinx.

He also played for Panjab in this summer's ConIFA World Cup. Malhotra helped his side reach the final of the tournament for football associations unaffiliated to FIFA, where they lost to hosts Abkhazia on penalties.

Also in the starting line-up were prolific striker Will Britton, who has scored a staggering 28 goals in 14 appearances for Lincs League leaders Skegness Town  this season, and Jordan Turner, who has previously played alongside Jordan Smith for Spilsby.

Two more debuts came from the subs' bench - Mitchell Teft, who has already been named man of the match twice this season for Boston Town;s Under 17 side, and Jay McDonald from Wyberton.

These new faces follow debuts against Huntingdon last Saturday for Janson Pinner, Myles Arnold, Michael Ogbain and Shane Brackenbury.

Photo: Michael Ogboin in action against Huntingdon (c) Boston Standard


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