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  PGDPts
1Accrington Stanley463093
2Luton464888
3Wycombe461984

4Exeter461080
5Notts County462377
6Coventry461775
7Lincoln City461675

8Mansfield461572
9Swindon46268
10Carlisle46867
11Newport County46-264
12Cambridge Utd46-464
13Colchester46162
14Crawley Town46-859
15Crewe46-1356
16Stevenage46-555
17Cheltenham46-651
18Grimsby46-2451
19Yeovil46-1648
20Port Vale46-1847
21Forest Green46-2347
22Morecambe46-1546

23Barnet46-1946
24Chesterfield46-3638

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Till: First League Goal
Till: First League Goal

All Square at Sincil Bank

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 30/08/2008

GRIMSBY scored their first league goal of the campaign and Lincoln picked up their first point of the season in a tense encounter at Sincil Bank. Peter Till gave Town the lead in the first half, only for the Imps to equalise midway through the second period with a penalty.

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Town started brightly and forced new Lincoln 'keeper Rob Burch into action in the early part of the game. Peter Till finally broke the deadlock in the 38th minute with a fiercely struck left foot shot.

Big name new-signing, the former Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair, nearly doubled Town's advantage when he headed against his own crossbar on the hour mark. Had Sinclair scored Town's top scorer for the season would have been Own Goals!

But Lincoln fought back and were awarded a penalty in the 73rd minute when Barnes brought down Newey. Lee Frecklington stepped up and sent Phil Barnes the wrong way.

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