GRIMSBY Town began the post-Paul Hurst era by claiming a point from a goalless draw with Yeovil Town at Huish Park.
The Mariners produced a solid display and could have taken the lead on a number of occasions during a first half in which they had the better chances.
Omar Bogle had the pick of them, testing home keeper Artur Krysiak with a drive from 25 yards after he had seen a penalty claim turned down earlier in the half.
After the break, the hosts came into the game more but could not do enough to break down the Town defence as the game ended level.
Caretaker boss Dave Moore made two changes to the Grimsby side that lost to Cheltenham in what turned out to be Hurst’s last game in charge before leaving for Shrewsbury.
Scott Vernon and Tom Bolarinwa were the men to come into the starting XI, with Kayden Jackson and Dominic Vose making way.
James McKeown started in goal, with Zak Mills, Danny Collins, Josh Gowling and Danny Andrew forming an unchanged defence.
James Berrett, Craig Disley, Luke Summefield and Bolarinwa were the midfielders, with Vernon partnering Bogle in attack.
Jackson and Vose were both named on the bench, along with Shaun Pearson, Rhys Browne, Andrew Boyce, Brandon Comley and Dean Henderson.
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