OK ground tucked away behind some inner city housing.
Dock a mark for a sandy plastic pitch which doesn't let the ball run or bounce true.
Nice roomy clubhouse which a good selection of pies, but £4 for a can of beer.....
£10 Entry about fair.
Saw them play Ashton United. Wasn't a great game (can't be helped). Nice little local ground though, decent bar and decent selection of drinks. £5.00 to get in so can't complain.
A nice local non league ground.
Getting to the ground by the tram well was fun as we followed the path but then couldn't cross the stream. Found our way to the ground. Got two stands with seats but can stand all round the pitch. Club house did a choice of beer although the Boston fans drug them dry
Shortly after their formation, the club began playing at the Dolly Tub pitch, which later became the Highbury housing estate. They moved to Catchems Corner in 1903, remaining there until moving to Vernon Avenue in 1930. They subsequently moved to Mill Street, before Greenwich Avenue became their home ground in 1991 after Mill Street was used for housing.