Latest Gainsborough Trinity News

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North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

North Ferriby 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Gainsborough Trinity secured back-to-back league wins for the first time since January when they beat already relegated North Ferriby United thanks to a 29th minute Ashley Worsfold penalty. Visiting side Trinity managed to put the long-standing record of not having scored in 11 consecutive away league games to bed and held on to secure all three points as they bid to survive relegation from the Vanarama National League North.

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Trinity to Feature in Film

Fixtures Announced

Gainsborough Trinity are to feature in a new feature length documentary film called 'Football - Birth, Growth, Domination' with filming scheduled to take place this July. The independent film is being backed by a crowd funding campaign and Holy Blues supporters can get involved by visiting kickstarter using the link below.

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Brandon Fleming from Hull Tigers

Brandon Fleming from Hull Tigers

Brandon Fleming has today joined Gainsborough Trinity on an initial months loan. Joining from Championship side Hull City, where he has made one solitary first team appearance. Fleming appeared in the Tigers' EFL cup defeat to Doncaster Rovers back in the Autumn. An attacking left back, with an eye for goal, Brandon is fresh into his second year as a professional having originally signed pro-forms in January 2017.

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Lee Sinnott Signs as Trinity Manager

Double Signing

Lee Sinnott has today agreed to become the manager of Gainsborough Trinity Football Club after an exciting round of interviews at the Martin & Co Arena. The new man at the helm declared: "I can't wait to get started! I'm really looking forward to it. Things came about really quickly, I met the Chairman and three board members on Monday afternoon and recieved the phone call last night."

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Gainsborough Trinity Reserves

GTFC Reserves

Gainsborough Trinity FC are proud to announce the launch of our Saturday Reserves team, in time for the start of the 2018/19 season in the Lincolnshire Football League. The Reserves team will create even more opportunities for, amongst others, our U18s players, who have been playing successfully in the Lincolnshire Intermediate League for many years, and we are looking forward to developing these players to go into the Reserves team for the 2018/19 season and beyond.

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Walker Wings Way To Trinity

Double Signing

Gainsborough Trinity boss Lee Sinnott has moved to bolster his attacking options with the acquisition of pacey left winger Nicky Walker from Shaw Lane AFC. Walker, who started his career at Rotherham United, spent time out on loan at Barrow in the National League, Wycombe Wanderers and Grimsby Town, prior to signing for league rivals Boston United on a free transfer.

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Sinnott Strengthens Management Team

Fixtures Announced

Lee Sinnott has moved swiftly to appoint the vastly experienced John Reed to his management team, a day after taking over at Gainsborough Trinity. Reed has most recently been working at Shaw Lane, where he has spent three seasons, initially working alongside Craig Elliott prior to his move to Boston United last season, then in a similar capacity to Elliott's replacement, Paul Quinn.

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Club Announcement

Fixtures Announced

Manager, David Frecklington and his Assistant, Terry Fleming have today been relieved of their duties with immediate effect. The Board of Directors, led by Chairman Richard Kane have moved swiftly to give the Football Club the best possible opportunity of remaining in the Vanarama National League North.

With thirteen games and 39 points up for grabs between now and the end of the season, it was felt that a change at the helm could have a similar impact to that of Craig Elliot at Boston; Tom Greaves at FC United or Chris Moyses at Alfreton, all who have hit the ground running and strung positive results together quickly. Results that look to have moved them away from danger.

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