Potton United 2 Boston Town 3
Saturday, 29 December 2007
Boston will enter the new year as Premier Division leaders after avenging their early season defeat by the Royals, who now occupy the second relegation position after an eighth defeat in nine outings.
Potton made a great start, taking a fourth minute lead through Matt Endersby, but veteran Gary Bull levelled from the penalty spot thirteen minutes later after Neal Spafford was fouled.
Boston took charge with two goals in two minutes. Spafford gave them the lead ten minutes before the break after being set up by Garath Pritchard and Bull extended the visiting advantage two minutes later, tapping in Paul Goodhand's corner from close range.
Sam Worthington replied for Potton with a header five minutes after the restart.
Potton: Aaron Loney, Jim Benton, Nick Doherty, John Mulholland, Carl Simm, James Gardner (Craig Lanham), Steve Blower, Sam Worthington, Michael O'Farrell (Shilbu Miah), Matt Endersby, Mark Boland (Chris Sams).
Boston: James Doughty, Liam Ogden, Neal Spafford, Nick Lovelace, Shaun Baker (Danny Maddison), Mark Foster, Laszlo Lovas, Paul Goodhand, Garath Pritchard, Gary Bull, Ollie Pinner.