The Mariner is back on sale tomorrow ahead of the Dartford game at Blundell Park.
Inside the programme there will be four stickers as well as a full length pull-out poster of Town defender Toto Nsiala! Also in the programme:
The Mariners Trust appeal to supporters to stop bringing smoke bombs to fixtures, in their regular article.
We give you an insight into the mind of Mariners right-back Paul Bignot in ‘Inform’.
Town fan Michael Hubbert might have supported Lincoln City, if he’d listened to his Uncle Bill. Find out the full story in ‘I Blame…’
Northern Irish midfielder Paddy McLaughlin talks about his team mates and selects an impressive ‘Best XI’.
The Mariner columnist Ali Mills discusses recent behaviour by football mascots – you might be surprised what they get up to!
Winger Jack Mackreth explains that he now feels as though he’s starting to show fans his potential in the main interview.
We profile former Town number one’s in our regular feature ‘Calling Number…’
In ‘Flash Back’ we remember the team that won the Third Division North title in 1955/56.
Town director Dave Roberts writes about his ‘Flash in The Pan’, the ‘flying Dutchman’, Marcel Cas.
Plus there are seven pages on our opponents – Dartford.
The Mariner will on sale for £3 around the ground, but with a voucher from either Friday or Saturday’s Grimsby Telegraph, supporters can claim a copy for just £1.