Tattershall Road, Boston, Lincs PE21 9LR
ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division
Saturday 6th December 2014
Boston Town v AFC Rushden & Diamonds
AFC Rushden & Diamonds make another trip to the Fens on Saturday as they travel to face Boston Town in their penultimate away game before Christmas. The Poachers form is much improved since the two sides met at the Dog & Duck at the end of the September, and before a narrow defeat by Yaxley at the weekend they had gone six games unbeaten in the league. Brad Harris will be unavailable for this game, subject to confirmation, as he serves his ban for two yellow cards in the FA Vase game.
The facilities at Tattershall Road are described in some detail on the comprehensive Boston Town website, including a map of the stadium layout – here. They have been significantly improved in recent seasons, and the club advise there is plenty of cover at the ground.
Details of admission prices and any parking recommendations will be added here as provided by the host club, but there is a car park at the ground.
Boston Town Football Club was established as Boston FC in 1964 and began life in the Lincolnshire League, before playing in various leagues including the Central Alliance, Eastern Counties League, Midland League / Northern Counties East League and Central Midlands League before joining the UCL Premier in 1991. They reached the semi-final of the FA Vase in 1993-94, and shortly afterwards became known as Boston Town. They won the UCL Premier in 1994-95 and 2000-01.
The Poachers club website is here, and they have a Twitter feed here. Their home colours are blue shirts and shorts, and they are now managed by Dan Barrett, who took over shortly before the two sides met at the Dog & Duck, which resulted in a narrow victory for the Diamonds detailed here.
Directions for the trip of around 66 miles to Tattershall Road, Boston, Lincs PE21 9LR from the Dog & Duck are here.
The club are running a coach to this fixture – details here.
To reach Tattershall Road, Boston, Lincs PE21 9LR by Public Transport requires getting to Boston by train, typically changing at Nottingham if starting from Wellingborough, and then either walking to the ground on the outskirts of town, or getting the Brylaine Travel bus service which runs hourly from the Town Centre – service IT3 / IT4.
Player and Match Sponsorship options are detailed in the Commercial Section of this website as detailed here.
The fixture list is here, and latest fixture news is here, and specific match status information here,along with the next planned fixture for the various AFC Rushden & Diamonds teams. Don’t forget you can get a regular Diamonds news bulletin delivered to your inbox, including details of all the forthcoming fixtures by signing up to the Club Newsletter – you will see a sign-up box on the right-hand side of the site homepage – just under the Hevey Logo.
For details of the history of AFC Rushden & Diamonds see here.
The club depends upon volunteer support from its fanbase. If you would like to join the group who help either on matchdays or behind the scenes see here.
A full directory of UCL clubs, including links to websites, ground details (with a map pinpointing all the UCL grounds), along with club links including Twitter details plus some general UCL links is here.
People accessing the website via Tablet or Mobile who want to access some of the nested menus on the website may find the “Quick Links” tab useful – found just above the “Hevey” logo on the homepage.