Match Reports

Curtis Woodhouse made two changes from the side that displayed scored five at Tamworth seven days earlier, Shane Clarke and Gavin Allott coming in for Harry Middleton and Ross Hannah. And having scored eleven goals in their last three games, the Holy Blues could not break down a streetwise Morpeth side, who came for a point and left with all three. The Blues dominated possession...

Back in the day, football was born to deliver two hours of recreation for working people, toiling for six and a half days a week. Watching The Holy Blues last three games is a throwback to that by-gone era where 2-3-5 ensured thrills, spills and no shortage of skills to leave fans desperate for the next game to come. The formation may have changed but the elation experienced by the...

Curtis Woodhouse's first league game in charge of the Holy Blues was a pulsating, end to end encounter, a fantastic advert for the BetVictor Northern Premier league and non-league football in general. Coming off the back of a 0-4 away win in the FA Trophy in midweek, Woodhouse took the opportunity to blood four of his five new signings in the fixture against fans-owned FC United. Only...

Gainsborough Trinity slipped back into the BetVictor Northern Premier League drop zone with a disappointing 3-1 defeat away at Ashton United. The home side securing their first home win of the season, as Trinity’s woes on the road continued. As boss Liam King made one change to the side that drew 0-0 with Buxton FC, the enforced change saw David Robson making his debut between the...

Gainsborough Trinity saw out a goalless draw against Buxton on a chilly Tuesday night. First big chance for Gainsborough came after some great vision from captain Nathan Hotte who pin-pointed the ball for the tall Gavin Allot in the box who flicked the ball just over the top of the goal with his head. Gainsborough produced an attack down the left which released Curtis Morrison down the...

Basford United and Gainsborough Trinity played out a seven goal thriller at Greenwich Avenue on Saturday afternoon, but it was the home side who prevailed, as three second half goals were not enough to earn Liam King's men something from the game. Going with the same starting eleven that had beaten Bamber Bridge at the Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday evening. It was to only be a place on the...

Gainsborough Trinity returned to winning ways on Tuesday night with a 4-1 victory over Bamber Bridge at the Martin & Co Arena, goals coming from Gavin Allott, Ross Hannah, Harry Middleton and Simon Russell. The Holy Blues moving up to 16th position in the league, ahead of the weekend’s trip to Basford United. Liam King made a trio of changes from the side that drew with Mickleover...

Liam King rang the changes as the Holy Blues returned to home soil, with Nathan Stainfield back in the starting line-up. Brodie Litchfield earned his first start, following a couple of impressive cameos in the recent away games. And Gavin Allott added physicality to the front line as Jamie Green, Joe Maguire and Curtis Morrison dropped to the bench. Gainsborough came from a goal behind...

Gainsborough Trinity made the long haul to South Shields on Tuesday night and came away with nothing to show for a determined, hardworking display in monsoon like conditions as a goal at the end of each half secured the points for the Mariners. Trinity were rocked by the late withdrawal of Nathan Stainfield and Shane Clarke, the pair involved in an accident en-route to meeting the team...