Goal highlights from Trinity's latest game in the Vanarama National League North. In this game Gainsborough Trinity played Chorley FC at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on 24th August 2015.

Gainsborough Trinity 2 Chorley 1

Trinity left it late to claim all three points with a Liam Davis winner deep in injury time, the knock out punch that saw off a resilient Chorley side. Josh Hines had the best chance of a quiet half, looking to capitalise on a ball over the top, his lashed volley from the angle of the box flashing over the bar, not troubling Jan Budtz in the Trinity goal.


Tamworth 2 Gainsborough Trinity 0

Gainsborough were unfortunate to return from Staffordshire empty handed as two second half goals against the run of play, left them cursing their luck. With 25 minutes left on the clock, the Blues looked the most likely to claim all three points at the Lamb Ground having done most of the running and having had the best of the chances up until that point but goals from Dan Preston and Ross Dyer gave the win to the Lambs.


Post match interview with Steve Housham following Gainsborough Trinity's Vanarama National League North match against Tamworth, played on 21st November 2015. Tablet and mobile, listen here.

Anthony Wilson Signs For Trinity

Gainsborough Trinity are pleased to announce the signing of Anthony Wilson after being released by Barrow AFC last week. He will go straight into the squad for the match against Tamworth on Saturday.


Non-League Day 2015 Raises £10150

The UK’s largest van leasing broker, Vanarama has announced its fundraising total for Non-League Day 2015 in support of Prostate Cancer UK. Non-League Day aims to encourage fans to watch their local non-league club during the annual international break where many Premier League and Football League clubs’ players are on international duty.


FC United of Manchester 1 Trinity 2

Trinity ended a run of three straight defeats to claim the win in their first visit to Broadhurst Park. New signing Paul McKay was the hero as he headed home the winner with a quarter of an hour remaining after Simon Russell had originally given the Blues the lead. Coming into the game, Trinity were on a high despite only claiming eight points from 24. Having run Shrewsbury very close in the FA Cup first round, they then defeated Scunthorpe to clinch the Lincolnshire cup in midweek. In the league they had lost their last three, bettered by FC's six straight league defeats, meaning it was a must win for both sides.


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