On Saturday, a new edition of our award-winning matchday programme will be on sale for the first ever visit of Stevenage to Blundell Park. Here’s a taste of what to expect inside The Mariner:
Paul Hurst shares his thoughts on last weekend’s defeat to Leyton Orient in his exclusive column.
Ashley Chambers talks to The Mariner about why he returned for a second spell in the main feature interview.
The Mariners Trust explain the story behind ‘Mariners Promotion Ale’.
Paul Wilkinson is the next GTFC Cult Hero in the new series by illustrator Hallyink.
There’s a poster of Mariners striker Omar Bogle in the centrefold.
Danny North is the subject of Thomas Sargent’s ‘He’s one of our own’ feature.
Rich Mills recalls the first time he got to visit Blundell Park in ‘My First Game’.
Ian McNeil’s photographic memory is put to the test in his article, ‘My Landmark Games’.
We remember the local stopper who enjoyed a brief stint between the sticks in 1998/99.
Former striker Jon-Paul Pittman describes his favourite Grimsby goal.
We take a close look at our visitors, Stevenage; including their squad, manager and history.
We focus on players who’ve represented both The Mariners and The Boro in ‘Combined XI’.
And there are images and a report of last weekend’s game against Leyton Orient.
All of these great new features are available in tomorrow’s programme.
Don’t forget to pick up your copy from around the ground for just £3!