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Two men sustain facial injuries after Grimsby assault

Humberside police are appealing for information after two men were assaulted in Grimsby.

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The attack happened on Friday 13th May between 12pm and 4pm on Pasture Street. The two men sustained facial injuries after they had reported the assault which took place opposite the Aladdin's Cave shop by a group of three men.

The two victims aged 33 and 37 were taken to the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital for treatment.

According to reports words were exchanged between the men and police are now keen to establish the circumstances of the incident.

Grimsby Town rejoice after return to Football League

Grimsby Town players and manager Paul Hurst have spoken of their relief after the club returned to the Football League after a six year wait.

Omar Bogle and Nathan Arnold scored the goals to seal promotion with a 3-1 win over Forest Green Rovers at Wembley in the National League play-off final.

The Mariners will return to Wembley next week to take on Halifax Town in the FA Trophy final.

Here's manager Paul Hurst, captain Craig Disley and the goal scorers Omar Bogle and Nathan Arnold.

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Mariners fans in confident mood before play-off final

Grimsby Town fans were in a confident mood before their match against Forest Green.

The Mariners supporters believed they would avenge their defeat in last year's play-off final at Wembley.

MP for Cleethorpes Martin Vickers also said that Grimsby would never have a better chance of getting back in the Football League:

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