Match Reports

The Holy Blues moved up to 16th with a fine 3-0 win over relegation threatened Basford United at the Kal Group Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The goals coming from Declan Howe and debutant Joe Stacey, the opener coming courtesy of Basford number four, Jack Lewis. Trinity turning on the style, whilst maintaining the defensive solidity that has seen them keep four clean sheets in six, a run...

Victory never tasted so sweet. Three determined points found their way back to Lincolnshire thanks to Declan Howe's solitary strike early in the second half. The team backing up their number ten with a determined rear-guard action in difficult conditions for both sides, at Atherton Collieries' Skuna Stadium. Goalkeeper Dylan Wharton having a significant impact as he made crucial saves at...

A touch of ring rust, as the Holy Blues returned to competitive action following a three week lay-off. FC United more clinical in front of goal, as two second half strikes, one from Jordan Buckley ten minutes into the second half, and the second, through centre back Jan Palkinos fifteen minutes from time, meant Russ Wilcox’s men were left to rue missed opportunities. Wilcox packed his...

The first defeat of 2024 for Russ Wilcox’s Holy Blues after 90 minutes of football, packed with drama and controversy, saw the home side narrowly miss out on any points from the fixture. As Blues’ boss, Russ Wilcox stuck with a winning side, midweek recruit, Tavonga Kulyea (signed on loan from Doncaster Rovers) had to settle for a place on the bench, as Kyle Simpson again linked up...

A 90th minute winner from captain fantastic, Dylan Cogill handed Trinity all three points away at promotion chasing Guiseley, to continue the Blues unbeaten start to 2024. Added to the victory, a second successive clean sheet for Russ Wilcox’s Gainsborough Trinity certainly make it look as though things are on the up for the Holy Blues! Wilcox made two changes to his sixteen, as he...

A win, a clean sheet and a steely, determined performance from Russ Wilcox’s Gainsborough puts an end to their winning drought with a massive 3 points against promotion pushing Worksop Town in the A57 Derby. It was most certainly a beautiful day, as the Holy Blues welcomed in the New Year in style. A huge credit to returning goalkeeper, Dylan Wharton, who played a huge part in the win...

Stafford Rangers handed out a 4-0 hammering on Boxing Day, as a lacklustre Blues' performance was put to the sword by Dave Cooke's basement boys. The gap at the foot of the table narrowing to six points, as three of the bottom five picked up wins beneath us, a bad day at the office only tempered slightly with a couple of results elsewhere going our way. Making just the one change to the...

Gainsborough Trinity extended their winless run to six games, falling to defeat for the fourth consecutive game against an impressive Macclesfield. The Holy Blues came into the game needing to bounce from their worst run of form this season. Having collected just a single point from their last five, the Holy Blues sitting seven points clear from relegation. Meanwhile, Macclesfield sat...

A young Gainsborough side were beaten heavily at the Kal Group Stadium in the Lincolnshire County Cup, but the scoreline does not reflect the performance of the players on the pitch for the home side at all. Under 21’s manager, Brad Wright, took charge of this game as most of the squad were players from his treble winning side, with the additional help of five first team players...