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21 April 2016

SATURDAY'S official matchday programme is now available to download for just £1.50.   

• Hurst writes about the recent games against Braintree Town, Dover Athletic and Woking in his exclusive column. 

• On-loan strike Pat Hoban reveals why he decided on a move to The Mariners in the main interview. 

• There’s a report and images from the last home game against Braintree Town. 

• Lloyd Brown remembers when he was twice a Town mascot in the 90s. 

• Editor Jack Johnson writes about Paul Groves’ turbulent time in the Blundell Park dugout in The Men Who Managed The Mariners.

• Andy Phillips checks in on the progress of Alan Lamb’s young Mariners. 

• Club historian Rob Briggs brings us the next chapter of his Blundell Park story as well as looking back at an edition of The Mariner against Scunthorpe United in 1966. 

• We examine things connected to the club that begin with the letter ‘X’ in The A-Z of The Mariners.  

• We check in on former Town players in the Ex-Factor – including mentions for Tom Naylor, Bradley Wood and Anthony Church.

• Loan man Ryan Jennings features as the centerfold. 

• Plus seven info-packed pages on our visitors, including an article by football historian Leigh Edwards.

All of these great features, all for just £3 (around the ground, or to download here for just £1.50.

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