The Cherries grab a late leveller to take home a point. Due to injuries to Goulding and Pitman, Lee Bradbury was restored to the front line and repaid Quinn with the opener in the 6th minute.
The Cherries were enjoying plenty of possession but two late strikes for the hosts sent them in at half time ahead.
The Cherries defensive frailities were exposed once again as Grimsby opened up a two-goal lead from a corner. Quinn immediately replaced Cummings with Hollands and McQuoid and debutant Tubbs came on for Igoe and Symes minutes later.
However, it was Anderton who pulled a goal back in the 79th min. With time running out Guyett got a second yellow before Bradbury poked home the equaliser.
TheSouthEndSays: Didn’t see that coming and neither did fill your boots. At least the TFTSE prediction was someway to being right. We went for a draw and that’s exactly what we got. Plus, we also said that the Cherries would score three goals. Not that either of our predictions would have made us rich at the bookies.