City and Mariners share bore draw

13 February 2010 06:38
The Mariners are now just one game short of equalling a club record 22 games without a win, but manager Neil Woods will be pleased with his side's resilience against a Bradford side determined to grab a much-needed victory for caretaker boss Wayne Jacobs.[LNB]There were few clear-cut chances for either side in a dour contest, but Grimsby midfielder Peter Sweeney came closest to breaking the deadlock on the hour mark when his shot was well blocked by City stopper Matt Glennon.[LNB]The Bantams, who have not won at home in the league since October, huffed and puffed late on without testing Mariners keeper Nick Colgan.[LNB]Bradford did come close with three minutes remaining when Michael Flynn's free-kick took a deflection and the ball was inches away from falling into the path of team-mate Matt Clarke.[LNB][LNB]

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