We can't take strugglers lightly, warns Dunn
BOSTON Town joint-boss Ian Dunn has urged his side to extend their winning run at bottom club Irchester on Saturday.
The Poachers boss saw his side hold on for maximum points with a 4-3 win against Quorn last weekend.
And while Irchester are rock bottom of the United Counties Premier Division, Dunn says they should not be underestimated.
"It doesn't matter where they are in the table," said Dunn.
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"You can never go anywhere and expect the win to come. You have to work for it and that's what we shall be going there to do.
"There are bottom of the table for a reason, but they will be putting up more of a fight because of that."
The Poachers made it four wins out of four on Saturday, but had to fight for maximum points.
Dunn and Matt Hocking's men were quick out of the blocks and led 3-0 inside 25 minutes with goals from Ollie Pinner, Ben Good and Josh Ford.
But a new-look Quorn side were not finished and pulled back a goal either side of the break.
Callum Stocks stretched Town's lead back to 4-2 midway through the second period, but the visitors made it a nervy finish for the Poachers as they scored their third in the last minute of the game.