Match Reports

Trinity come good in front of the faithful at just the right time now sitting fittingly fifth at the expense of Buxton. This fortune favours the brave battle was seen as a must win game for both sides with the visitors just 3 places and six points off the play-off pace themselves. With Shane Clarke on the bench along with Simmons, Middleton stood tall in the middle with beast of a Blue...

The Blues and the travelling faithful can feel particularly hard done by after this one. They deservedly led at half-time and looked good for a point until a 90th minute penalty denied a well deserved point at a high flying side who had tanned our Hyde in our own back yard in February. Trinity went for the win with a bullish 4-4-2 including new beast of a Blue, Liam Hughes up front with...

Gainsborough have it all to do next week at Warrington on a day that could have seen us move to within two points of fourth placed Nantwich who could only draw 1-1 against lowly local rivals Grantham. On a day of might-have-beens The Holy Blues were mugged by Marine who put in a professional performance to achieve a smash and grab win over a Trinity side that just needed a little luck in...

For the second away game on the trot Trinity travelled in impressive numbers and backed by over 150 Holy Blues, Liam's loco pulled out of yet another station with all three precious points. Patience and perseverance proved a virtue as triumphant Trinity marched two points closer to fourth and four points clear of Scarborough. Weather aside at the business end of the season a 1-0 win...

Make the Martin & Co a fortress said the leader and, true to their holy hopes, it was trebles all round for Trinity. King's reborn Blues took three well deserved points and, with poor results for three of the contenders and perhaps pretenders to the NPL play-off pack, we sit fifth. This was never going to be a classic against a Bamber Bridge side desperate to avoid being dragged further...

Tremendous Trinity put North Ferriby to the sword on a ploughed field of a football pitch to plunder a play-off berth. Resurgent, rampant and roared on by the mercurial management duo and almost 200 Gainsborough fans, this was an away-day to savour and, dare we say it - perhaps dreams can still come true for the Holy Blues. The affair was open end to end stuff early doors as ferocious...

Gainsborough Trinity narrowed the gap on the play-offs with a dogged victory at home to Stalybridge Celtic. Ash Worsfold’s close range finish after Will Longbottom, on loan from Doncaster Rovers, shot across goal was too much for Patrick Wharton to handle settled the tie nine minutes from time. Prior to that, chances were at a premium for both sides, in what was Liam King’s first game...

On a day where only three fixtures survived the big freeze, Warrington Town roared to a 1-4 victory at play-off chasing Gainsborough Trinity in a game to forget for the home side. Tony McMillan was called into action early, when he had turn a Will Longbottom header over the bar, either side of the keeper and the on loan Doncaster Rovers man would have been celebrating. Two goals in three...

Gainsborough Trinity recorded their first home win in four attempts with a 4-1 victory over relegation threatened Workington at the Martin & Co Arena, but it could have all started differently in the opening minute, when an innocuous back pass was sliced towards his own goal by home keeper Jon Stewart. With a quarter of an hour gone, Ioan Evans drove an effort straight at Aaran Taylor...