The Fishy.co.uk Grimsby Town FC

RSS



League Two Form Guide

  PGDPts
1Exeter61516
2Doncaster6816
3Colchester6513
4Plymouth6513
5Grimsby6413
6Crawley Town6412
7Wycombe6312
8Mansfield6511
9Cambridge Utd6411
10Portsmouth6111
11Luton6310
12Barnet6010
13Morecambe628
14Hartlepool607
15Cheltenham6-16
16Blackpool6-26
17Carlisle6-46
18Accrington Stanley6-55
19Yeovil6-34
20Leyton Orient6-74
21Stevenage6-63
22Newport County6-72
23Crewe6-72
24Notts County6-111

Full Form Table
Prem|Champ|L1|NL|VN|VS
SPL|SC|S1|S2

Latest Results (all divisions)



Question of the Week

How much would you accept for Omar Bogle?

500k
750k
1m
1.5m
2m
Not for sale!



 

Wimbledon 3 Grimsby 3

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 11/01/2003

GRIMSBY allowed a two goal lead to slip this afternoon, in a second half goal blitz with four goals in just seven minutes. The game produced an exciting finale when either team could have grabbed all three points at a nearly empty Selhurst Park.

Michael Boulding, starting his first game since his return on loan from Aston Villa, gave the Mariners the perfect start with a goal on 36th minutes, which was the highlight of a rather dull first 45 minutes.

At half time, the returning hero Mick Boulding was replaced by youngster Darren Mansaram, and Darren Barnard also came on for Stacy Colidcott.

Campbell put Town 2-0 up early in the second half with a highly deflected goal from a long way out which wrong-footed the Dons 'keeper and ended up in the back of the net in front of a delirious 200-strong away following.

Grimsby's fortune in their second goal was mirrored in Wimbledon's opener soon after when a clearance by Danny Coyne ricocheted back off Agyemang and ended up going goal-bound. Grimsby responded by sitting back and trying to defend their lead - a fatal mistake on a day in which neither defence looked effective.

Jermaine Darlington brought the game all square, only for Campbell to grab his second from a Darren Mansaram cross, and restore the Mariners' advantage.

Grimsby's joy was short lived as within a minute the match was all-square again after Francis put the Dons level. A tense finish left the Mariners relieved to have come home with a point, and rue their own defensive mistakes which saw them squander a great opportunity to come away with three precious away points.


Match Stats
League Table





Add To Facebook


This site is by the fans, for the fans, and we will consider articles on any subject relating to the Mariners whether it be related to current news, a nostalgic look back in the past, a story about a player, a game or games in the past, something about Blundell Park or football in general. Click here to submit your article!


Related Stories

Forum Latest
TitlePostsLatest Post
Friendly Pub for Saturday4HertsGTFC24/01 04:00
Upcoming Fixtures1SiteBot24/01 03:26
Word Association Game37,729topuphere66624/01 01:56
Stevenage Tickets124Posh Harry24/01 01:54
Dean Henderson Interview on RH80Spidey24/01 00:13
full back pairings10TheRonRaffertyFanClub23/01 23:28
Scum with fish hooks!50Mandy Dunnit vs Hettie23/01 22:57
Osbourne 40thebuckleyway23/01 22:46
Change/add-a-letter/remove-one Word Game thread...25,267Biccys23/01 22:29
Parking at Stevenage5Garth23/01 22:26

News  | Features  | Submit Article  |   | 
© 2017 TheFishy.co.uk