Grimsby Town

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1899–1900 Football League - Second Division
... Wednesday Bolton Wanderers Failed re-election Luton Town Loughborough Matches played 306 Goals scored 984 (3.22 per match) Top goalscorer John Wright (The Wednesday), 24 Biggest home win Woolwich Arsenal –Loughborough ...
Lincolnshire Senior Cup - The Doldrum Years, 1962-1968
... Final details Senior 'A' Winners Senior 'B' Winners 1962-63 No competition No competition Grimsby Borough Police 1963-64 Lincoln City Scunthorpe United (Sh ... In 1965-66, Lincoln City reached the final after a 1-1 draw with Grimsby Town, at Lincoln, on 29 March 1966 ... In 1966-67, Scunthorpe United beat Grimsby Town 3-2 at Grimsby on 7 November 1966 in the first semi-final ...
South West Challenge Cup - 2009 Tournament - Group Stages - Group B
... Team Pld W L GF GA GD Pts Grimsby Town 2 ... +2 6 Yeovil Town 3 ... +4 5 Montegnée 6 ... −6 13 ... July 2009 Montegnée 0–5 Yeovil Town Marshford, Appledore 1800 BST Report Razak ...
Terry Donovan
... He played for Grimsby Town, Aston Villa, Portland Timbers, Burnley and Rotherham United during his club career and also played for Ireland's national team on two ... He now works as a mortgage advisor in Grimsby ... He is also the uncle of Grimsby Town youth team player Lawrence Heward Grimsby Town F.C ...
1910–11 FA Cup - First Round Proper
... sides, Stockport County, Lincoln City, Huddersfield Town and Gainsborough Trinity were entered instead at the Fourth Qualifying Round ... These were Southampton Millwall Queens Park Rangers Crystal Palace Swindon Town Plymouth Argyle Leyton Portsmouth Northampton Town Bristol Rovers Norwich City Grimsby Town West Ham United. 1–2 Coventry City 14 January 9 ... Bolton Wanderers 0–2 Chesterfield 14 January 10 ... Grimsby Town 3–0 Match void Croydon Common 14 January 1911 Replay ...

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