16 Nov 2019 in Match Reports
Relive how the game unfolded with our live updates
FULL TIME - It's all over, with Boston Town claiming a hard-earned win.
It was hard work but that's a second successive clean sheet which helps lift the Poachers two places up the table to 14th.
85 mins - Poachers go close to doubling their lead but it looks like being a nailbiter right down to the final whistle
80 mins - The visitors need a response and quickly go close at the other end
GOAL! - Boston Town do finally break the deadlock thanks to a classy finish by Lee Beeson on 78 minutes
74 mins - And Cogenhoe could yet make Town pay for their missed chances - Portas pulling of a fine save to keep it scoreless
68 mins - Into the last quarter of the game - can the hosts make the most of their domination? They don't do draws these days. After drawing four of their first six games of the season, they haven't had any draws in their last 13 games
66 mins - You start to wonder if it's going to be one of those afternoons as Beck blazes over from a good position
61 mins - A rare save by Travis Portas from a Cogenhoe free-kick - then Luke White forces a corner at the other end as he's the latest to be frustrated by the visiting keeper
53 mins - How is it still 0-0?! More chances as Cogenhoe clear another effort off the line and Bayliss's luckless afternoon in front of goal continues with his latest shot saved again
We're back underway after the interval - Boston Town will be keen to start converting some of their chances against a Cogenhoe side who've been struggling this season.
HALF-TIME - It's goalless at the break
26 mins - Another save denies Bayliss as Gary Edgley's side continue to create chances
24 mins - A Fraser Bayliss header is saved as the home side counter-attack after defending a free-kick
9 mins - Two early chances for the Poachers - first a visiting defender clears the ball off hs own line, then Alex Beck forces a good save from the Cooks keeper
Team news - Courtney Warren makes his debut today, with Chris Shipley and Luke White back in the starting line-up and Corey Cunliffe returning the squad. here's the full line-up:
Town: Portas, Warren, Borbely, Watkins, Cartwright, Shipley, Beeson, Parker, White, Beck, Bayliss; subs: Tunstall, Ford, Kyle Tate, Cunliffe
Photo: (c) Russell Dossett