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League Two Table

  PGDPts
1Accrington Stanley433390
2Luton444684
3Wycombe441778

4Exeter441177
5Notts County442476
6Lincoln City431571
7Coventry431471

8Mansfield441468
9Swindon44-164
10Carlisle44763
11Colchester44261
12Cambridge Utd43-860
13Crawley Town44-758
14Newport County42-357
15Stevenage44-652
16Cheltenham44051
17Crewe44-1550
18Port Vale44-1247
19Yeovil43-1546
20Forest Green43-1846
21Grimsby44-2845
22Morecambe43-1444

23Barnet44-2340
24Chesterfield43-3335

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Question of the Week

Should John Fenty run the club next season?

Yes - if Grimsby stay up
Yes - regardless
No

What now?
What now?

Over and Out

By: Rob Sedgwick
Date: 07/05/2017

GRIMSBY had a say in the title race in the season's final game as they held Plymouth to a draw which denied the Pilgrims the League Two title. A Shaun Pearson goal gave Town a lead in the opening minute, a lead which lasted until Jimmy Spencer equalised in the second half, and Town hung on for a point.

It mean the Mariners finished 14th, a position they have occupied for several weeks.

Forgotten man Sean McAllister and Tom Bolarinwa both started in midfield and Town raced to a 1-0 lead when Pearson hooked the ball in from the aftermath of a corner. With both sides going for the win there was plenty of action at both ends in an entertaining game as both 'keepers were called into action in the first half.

Argyle upped the pressure after the break with it clear that Portsmouth were going to win. Substitute Jimmy Spencer took advantage of a defensive mistake by Town and slotted the ball past McKeown to level the game.

Argyle piled forward for a winner, but it was not to be, and the Mariners held for a deserved point.

And so the season ends. It's been a tale of inconsitency under three different managers and dozens of players. The season will probably not be remembered for football reasons.

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