A new edition of our matchday programme The Mariner will be on sale tomorrow for the visit of Kidderminster Harriers. Inside tomorrow’s edition:
Paul Hurst writes about recent victories against Welling United and Eastleigh in his exclusive column.
The Mariners Trust provides an update on the club’s proposed move to Peaks Parkway.
Town’s Scottish defender Richard Tait talks about his prolonged run in the team in the main feature interview.
Peter Anderson recalls a particularly unmemorable Bradley Allen goal away to Crystal Palace in What a Goal.
Ali Mills looks back at Russell Slade’s time in the Town dugout in The Men Who Managed The Mariners.
Youth reporter Andy Phillips writes about the upturn in fortunes for Alan Lamb’s young Mariners.
We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘L’ in The A-Z of The Mariners.
There are images and a report from our 3-1 home win against Welling United.
Club historian Rob Briggs is back with the next instalment of Blundell Park – A History and focuses on a matchday magazine from 1964 in Programmed.
We check in on former Mariners in the news, this time including Mike Edwards, Liam Davis and Andi Thanoj in The Ex-Factor.
There’s an artist’s interpretation of midfielder Marcus Marshall in the centre fold.
We take a closer look at our visitors, Kidderminster Harriers
And, of course, there are four more stickers for your sticker album.
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