Full-time: Boston United 1 Colwyn Bay 0
Boston United returned to winning ways as they kept their first clean sheet under manager Graham Drury with a hard-fought victory over Colwyn Bay.
Mark Jones scored the only goal in the 31st minute, tapping home after Spencer Weir-Daley's volley had been parried by Colwyn keeper Chris Sanna.
It was a thoroughly deserved victory for Drury's side, who should have triumphed by a greater margin given their superiority.
Sanna almost gifted Boston a second goal in the second half when a back pass rolled under his foot and struck the post.
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Drury handed a debut to midfielder Anton Foster, who impressed after signing from Sheffield FC yesterday.
Pilgrims (4-3-3): Haystead; Silk, Watt, Ward, Jelleyman; Foster (Nuttell), Ross, Milnes (Reed); Weir-Daley (Smith), Jones, Newsham.
Subs not used: Sanders, Drury (gk).