Match Reports

Gainsborough Trinity continued their fine pre-season run of form that has seen them win three of the four close season encounters. This time, victory was against Guiseley from the league above, whilst keeping a clean sheet in the process against the sternest test of the warm up games to date and so moving things along positively ahead of the new season. Gainsborough started the game...

Gainsborough Trinity progressed to the Semi Final of the Lincolnshire FA County Senior Cup and secured the John Reames Memorial Trophy in the process with a fine 2-1 victory over a youthful Lincoln City at the Martin & Co Arena. It was a wonderful evening, with the sun beating down on Northolme and fans able to return in good number for the first time since the beginning of November, some...

Gainsborough Trinity travelled to Yaxley FC of the PitchingIn Northern Premier League Midlands division and emerged victors by two goals to one. A goal of quality in each half enough to secure the victory, but it was the manner of performance which will have supporters purring with anticipation. Head Coach, Tom Shaw named a strong side from the outset. Eight of the ten signed players...

A goal three minutes from time by Bottesford Town's Moody settled a keenly contested pre-season friendly at the Barrett's Steel Stadium, in a game which saw the Holy Blues give a run out to 21 players in Tom Shaw's first official game as Gainsborough Trinity Head Coach. A mixed eleven started for Trinity, with Lewis Carr captaining the side at centre half. Joe Wilson and Gianluca Bucci...

Gainsborough Trinity fell to defeat in the final game before England entered Lockdown II on Thursday. A spirited performance was not quite enough to earn a share of the spoils, as South Shields profited from the award of a 69th minute penalty, despatched by Robert Briggs. Curtis Woodhouse was able to shuffle his threadbare squad with Kemarl Grant replacing Luke Lofts, and Lewis Dennison...

Gainsborough Trinity fell to a 4-2 loss at the hands of Peterborough Sports on Saturday afternoon as goals from Joshua Moreman, Paul Malone, Maniche Sani and an own goal from Trinity debutant Matt Baker was enough to knock the Holy Blues out of the FA Trophy at the first time of asking. The Holy Blues with a threadbare squad, stretched to the limit, saw a recall for Declan Bacon and...

Against the run of play in the second half, skipper Simon Ainge scored the only goal of the game, to send the Holy Blues back to Lincolnshire with all three points, victory taking Trinity's early season tally to twelve, courtesy of Tuesday night's three-point haul. Injury and unavailability robbed Trinity boss, Curtis Woodhouse of options, compounded further by the late withdraw of the...

Gainsborough Trinity slipped to defeat in a rainy Greater Manchester, in a game that offered plenty for the 500 supporters who braved the current pandemic sweeping the nation and monsoon like conditions battering the north west. Curtis Woodhouse made three changes to the side that had beaten Stalybridge Celtic in midweek with Rod Orlando-Young coming back into the starting eleven,...

Curtis Woodhouse’s injury hit side showed great bouncebackability on Tuesday night under the lights at the Northolme, to return to winning ways and make it nine points from an opening fifteen in the PitchingIn Northern Premier League. Woodhouse handed a first start to Lewis Dennison on the right hand side of the attack, in for injured winger Rod Orlando-Young, while James Williamson...