Match Reports

Stafford Rangers and Gainsborough Trinity played out a goal-less draw at Marston Road as the Holy Blues stretched their unbeaten run to six games without defeat, their fourth clean sheet in half a dozen games and a steely desire not to be beaten, that sets the side up for the second third of the season, with the injury list finally, say it quietly, beginning to lessen.

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An eventful afternoon ended all square at the Northolme as Gainsborough Trinity extended their unbeaten run to five as a late Adam Senior header cancelled out a first half own goal scored by Michael Raynes. The point taking Trinity’s tally to sixteen for the season, while the visitors moved off the bottom with the point earned. The Robins position at the bottom of the PitchingIn...

Gainsborough Trinity continued their improved form away at Lancaster City securing a first three points on the road this season with a steely, determined two goal victory. Second half strikes from Bradley Grayson & Harry Jessop enough to take all three points back to Lincolnshire.

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Committed and workmanlike, Gainsborough Trinity's young group became men as a spirited performance saw the Holy Blues stand strong, standing together and against the odds, in a torrential downpour that started an hour before kick off, only coming to an end late after the referee's final whistle against much fancied opposition the Blues secured a point. Head Coach Tom Shaw made two changes...

Gainsborough dropped two points as ten man Radcliffe snatched a point courtesy of a sublime 25 yard free-kick by Bobby Grant on 89 minutes, preventing the home side from making it a four straight home wins on the spin. Despite dominating for long periods, the Holy Blues could only once find their way past the inspired visiting skipper and goalkeeper, Cameron Belford. Unchanged from the...

Gainsborough Trinity leap frogged Stalybridge Celtic with a victory in the sunshine on the Northolme. Brad Grayson netting his second in consecutive home games to secure all three points for the Holy Blues. Despite missing nine players through injury and unavailability, Tom Shaw’s squad was tested to the limits as three points were secured in the PitchingIn Northern Premier League. With...

Gainsborough Trinity, despite again showing significant improvements, fell to defeat away at Basford United, with a goal in each half from Matt Thornhill and Kane Richards securing the points for the home side. Bad luck and misfortune robbed Head Coach Tom Shaw of three players at 4pm this afternoon as the boss was forced into making three changes to his starting personnel, not to mention...

Gainsborough Trinity lost by a solitary goal to nil in Warrington, in the Pitching In Northern Premier League on Saturday. Grivosti’s goal on 52 minutes deciding the fixture, where Trinity weren’t at their best, but still gave a vastly improved collective performance away from home, giving hope that the elusive first victory on the road is just around the corner. Head Coach, Tom Shaw...

Gainsborough Trinity moved up to 16th in the early season table with a resilient 2-1 home win over Morpeth Town at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena with goals coming through Toby Gould and debutant Bradley Grayson, signed on the day of the match from Grantham Town. Head Coach, Tom Shaw looked for a reaction following his side’s disappointing FA Cup exit on Saturday, making a trio...