Our match day programme ‘The Mariner’ is back on sale around the ground ahead of this afternoon’s crunch fixture against Wrexham.
Here is a flavour of what to expect inside this new edition:
Paul Hurst shares his thoughts on recent games against Gateshead and Alfreton in the Town manager’s exclusive article.
Andy Freeman explains why he chose Blundell Park over Bramall Lane in ‘I Blame’.
Young winger Jordan Chapell talks openly about his perfect move to The Mariners from Torquay last month in the main interview.
We get to know standby Goalkeeper Nick Draper a little better in ‘Inform’.
There are lots of pictures from the Gateshead and Alfreton games in ‘Action Replay’.
92 year-old fan Arthur Dawson remembers his ‘Flash in The Pan’ – a prolific striker who ‘guest’ for Town during the War.
Ali Mills explains why experiencing the Tyne-Wear derby as a neutral was eye-opening.
Lloyd Brown picks the 1996-97 campaign that ended in relegation from Division One as his unforgettable year.
We remember a trio of former players to wear the coveted number 10 shirt.
There’s an update from The Mariners Trust.
As usual there are seven pages on today’s visitors to Blundell Park, Wrexham FC.
All of these great features, plus a pull-out poster of Gregor Robertson, are in today’s programme.
Also, for today's game only, you can get this edition of 'The Mariner' for just £1 with a voucher from the Grimsby Telegraph!