GRIMSBY Town’s official matchday programme ‘The Mariner’ returns tonight for a new season with a host of exciting new features. Here’s a taste of what to expect inside the Barrow edition:
Boss Paul Hurst writes exclusively about pre-season and what he’s expecting to see from tonight’s opponents.
The Mariners Trust discuss the success of their second annual Family Open Day at Blundell Park.
Former Barrow winger Jack Mackreth features in the main interview, talking about how the club’s ambition matches his own.
In the first of a new series we examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘A’ in ‘The A-Z of The Mariners’.
There are images and a report of Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Kidderminster Harriers
Club historian Rob Briggs returns with ‘Blundell Park – A History’ and his new article ‘Programmed’.
We look at former Mariners in the news in ‘The Ex-Factor’.
Ian Townsend talks about the man who replaced Lawrie McMenmey in ‘The Men Who Managed The Mariners’.
There’s an artist interpretation of Mariners number six Josh Gowling in the centre fold.
We take a closer look at our opponents: National League new boys Barrow FC.
Andy Phillips introduces us to the eight new faces in Alan Lamb's youth team.
We get to know Youth Teamer Lucas Middleton.
Grimsby-born author Anthony Suter remembers a special Ron Rafferty header in game against Middlesbrough in 1958.
Dan Humphrey reminisces about the day he was a Grimsby Town mascot.
The Grimsby Town Sport and Education Trust team bring us a update from their magnificent work within the community.
All of these great features and much more all for just £3!
However, with a voucher from the season ticket sheet and the Grimsby Telegraph’s new season supplement and can claim a copy of The Mariner for just £1.