Reports in Lincoln are suggesting that the Mariners are monitoring the progress of Red Imps’ left-back Sam Habergham, as Michael Jolley looks to reshape his squad at Blundell Park.
LINCOLN CITY 0 GRIMSBY TOWN 0
The Mariners and the Red Imps played out a stalemate at Sincil Bank in the Lincolnshire derby. It was a game packed full of action and passion, although neither side really troubled their opposing goalkeepers with Peter Sweeney’s goalbound clearance from an Adam Watts’ header being the closest either side came to breaking the deadlock. Continue reading
These three former Mariners also turned out in the red and white of Lincoln City? Can you remember their contributions in a black and white shirt? Continue reading
LINCOLN CITY 4 GRIMSBY TOWN 4
Division Two | 03.09.58
The start of the 1958/59 season was an extremely eventful one for Grimsby Town. Division Two was a highly competitive league, with a number of teams believing themselves to be worthy of higher status. Fans knew that the Mariners would have to be at their best to avoid the drop. Continue reading
This was redemption for Grimsby Town FC. Just two months earlier, the Mariners’ players sat in the centre circle at Sincil Bank as manager Russell Slade lambasted them for a shocking first-half performance against local rivals Lincoln City that saw Town trailing 4-0. Continue reading