VIDEO: Brackley Town 0 Boston United 2
Boston United eased their relegation fears as manager Dennis Greene continued his perfect start to his reign with a stunning 2-0 victory at Brackley Town.
Second half goals from Ben Fairclough and Spencer Weir-Daley saw the Pilgrims register their first away victory since October.
Greene's side had to ride their luck in the first half as Izak Reid and Jefferson Louis saw goals disallowed while Boston keeper Dan Haystead denied Brett Solkhon and Tom Winters with fine saves.
However, United took control of the game in the second half when Fairclough cracked home an angled drive in the 47th minute.
A toothless Brackley, who started play third in the table, rarely looked like levelling and it was no surprise when the Pilgrims doubled their lead six minutes from time.
Surprisingly for Boston, the goal came from a set-piece as Ian Ross's corner was met by the head of Weir-Daley before being deflected over the line by a Brackley defender.
"When you see Brackley on the fixture list, you think a draw would be a positive result, but we thoroughly deserved it," said Greene.
Pilgrims: Haystead, Marshall, Lister (Ward 79), Watt, Field, Stainfield, Ross, Milnes (Smith 79), Fairclough (Sanders 90), Weir-Daley, Newsham.
Sub not used: Walker.