Date: 3rd April 2008 at 9:16pm
Written by:

Town`s Reserves lost to Hull City at North Ferriby last night.

Town`s Reserve had held on until the 70th minute against an experienced Hull City Reserves but a foul in the area led to a penalty for the Tigers before they scored there second towards the end of the game to give Hull a 2-0 win.

Speaking to the Official site, Stuart Watkiss said: ‘The lads played really well,

‘We haven’t created many chance but they haven’t either.

‘It’s another good performance, another game that we can learn from.’

Towns Line-up: Montgomery, Normington, Bird, Bennett, Parker, Whittle, Rhodes, Toner, Bore, Jarman Taylor.

The reserves are next due to play Sheffield United on Monday 7th April and will be hoping to reverse the 4-3 defeat against the Blades on 31st March.

Welcome to Vital Grimsby, we are looking for people to help the site grow and with your help we can make this one of the best fan sites around. If you are not already registered with the site, why not join today?

It`s easy to register with Vital Grimsby and only takes a few seconds. Once registered you will be able to win prizes!
We also have a message board where you can talk all about Town, see the next fixture, have a bit of a banter with fans from other clubs and more. At the moment the forum is a bit quite and would really appreciate if you took a few seconds to register and talk all about the Mariners, do you reckon you could get a really good discussion going, then why not start today or if you have a forum you would be interested in moving over to Vital Grimsby you can get free hosting plus an income. Click here to visit the forum.

We are also looking for a co-editor to help with the running of the site This website is your website and we are looking for people to help run the site. Do you go to most of the games and have an opinion? Why not write a match report? Perhaps you are a budding journalist or even just someone who is very opinionated? Well why not join our team? If this interests you please contact Vital Grimsby. So why not contribute to this site or if you would like to be a co-editor, why not apply today.