Boston scored twice in each half to boost their survival chances with a stunning 4-1 win against relegation rivals Macclesfield.
David Galbraith smashed home the opener after the visitors struggled to clear a free-kick, and Drewe Broughton headed a second a minute before half-time.
Macclesfield looked more purposeful after the break and went close when Dave Morley sent a header against the crossbar.
But Boston went 3-0 up after 65 minutes when Mark Greaves bundled in from a Galbraith corner.
Macclesfield reduced the arrears in the 77th minute when Ashan Holgate dived to flick in a Kevin McIntyre free-kick, but three minutes later Jamie Clarke made it 4-1 from the penalty spot after Jordan Hadfield had handled in the area.