A shirt worn by Boston United all-time appearance record holder Paul Bastock has been sold for more than £1,000.
The green jersey - worn as Bazza equalled Billy Howells' club record of 572 appearances away at Cambridge United on the final day of the 2002-03 Division Three season - was auctioned off online.
The shirt was signed after the game by teammates and the Pilgrims management of Neil Thompson and Neil Redfearn.
By Friday evening's deadline, the winning bid had reached £1,170.
"Wow, can't believe this but massive thanks to the man that has won my match shirt," Bastock, now part of the management staff at National League King's Lynn, wrote on Twitter.
Bastock - who went on to play 625 times for the Pilgrims and overtake Peter Shilton's record of 1,249 competitive club matches - donated the shirt to ex-Pilgrims teammate and current United director Chris Cook, who set up the auction to raise funds for the club.
"Incredible support from a lovely, lovely man," Cook said. "To say he (Bastock) loves the club would be an understatement."
Bastock recently donated a Champions-branded champagne bottle, which he swigged from as Boston won the 2001-02 Nationwide Conference title, a signed photo and signed gloves to the club, also to help raise funds.
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