first_img 2 The beauty of non-league football, or to be precise, it was the beauty of the United Counties Football League Premier Division.Fans who were relying on Twitter updates of Sleaford Town’s local derby against Boston Town, were left waiting when the chap in charge of the day’s social media activity put things on hold to play in the game, as he was also a matchday substitute. Harrison Allen (@7HCA), the club’s U18s captain, was introduced as a special guest tweeter before the game, but apologised for the break in tweets afterwards, with his explanation receiving 3,000 retweets.Sleaford Town were 3-0 up, but Boston fought back to draw 3-3. Sleaford Town picked up some new followers after his message center_img 2last_img read more