Gainsborough Trinity Directors are pleased to announce success in a new initiative to reduce congestion outside the Gainsborough Martin and Co Arena on match days. For years, fans have found difficulty with parking and local residents have had to cope with cars being parked on pavements outside the ground. The new board of Directors have been searching for a solution to the problem and now believe they have an answer, at least in the short term.
The season is well underway and Trinity are making progress on the field and off it. They are currently 14th in the league and the problems of last year’s FA cup fiasco have been almost forgotten! We now move into the fourth Qualifying round with our first away game: this time against Gateshead – a tough draw – they are currently third in the Conference and unbeaten in their last nine games, but of these only four have been victories, so maybe Trinity fans should ensure Tuesday 28th is free in their diaries for a possible replay!! (or is that being negative – we could win it and avoid the need for a replay!!)
However, it is perhaps off the pitch that some of the most pleasing developments have taken place. The new directors and the committee of the Blues Club have, this season, been working together in a spirit of harmony and purpose to ensure that Trinity move forward. There are monthly very positive meetings which consider finance, communications and the links between the two organisations.
Above is a pic of Libby Clark receiving her award for Photo of the Month from Chris Hudson who owns the Vanarama Franchise in Lincoln. He attended the game with his wife and young son and met the Gainsborough Trinity directors. There was a good relationship built between him and directors – he enjoyed the game and has asked to come again!
As we have progressed in the FA Cup, where we will play Gateshead away on 25th October, our league game scheduled against Boston United at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena has been rearranged for Tuesday 18th November, 19.45 kickoff.
Goal highlights from Gainsborough Trinity's 3rd Qualifying round FA Cup match against Marine, played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on 11th October 2014.
Manager Steve Housham on Gainsborough Trinity's 4-0 FA Cup win over Marine. Tablet and mobile, listen here.
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