Match Reports

An entertaining match up between Gainsborough and Ashton United in the Pitching In Northern Premier League ended all square with four goals scored across the 90, meaning another impressive point for the Holy Blues against one of the sides currently occupying a lofty play-off place, as progress continues to be made by Russ Wilcox’s new Trinity charges. George Hornshaw was selected at...

Russ Wilcox's rejuvenation of the Holy Blues continued with a first victory on the road this campaign. A fine 3-2 win over Workington AFC at Borough Park on Saturday afternoon, lifting Gainsborough to within five points of the play-off places. The Blues, in grey making it ten points from 15 available since taking the job on the 19th September, meaning the optimistic amongst the Trinity...

A match with entertainment from start to finish. 17th place, Gainsborough Trinity, hosted 2nd in the league, Warrington Rylands, at The Kal Group Stadium in the wintery sunshine. Russ Wilcox made one change to the Trinity personnel, as Lewis Butroid came in for Jack Moore-Billam. Though a change in formation was utilised by the Blues' boss, with Ashley Jackson moving to centre half. And...

Guiseley progressed in the FA Trophy with a workmanlike performance to end Gainsborough's impressive home record, where despite a late Dayle Southwell consolation  strike, a sub-par performance from the Holy Blues mean the league is the sole focus for the 2023/24 season, having now been knocked out of the two premier FA competitions at the first hurdle. Russ Wilcox rewarded the side that...

A scintillating eleven minute spell in the first half laid the foundations for an impressive night's work for Russ Wilcox's Gainsborough Trinity, who made it two home wins from two and nine goals scored in his first two games at the Kal Group Stadium. Goalkeeper Luke Jackson was added to the squad in time for the visit of the Gladiators. The 21 year old stopper arriving on a month's loan...

It was another unforgettable afternoon on the road for Gainsborough Trinity, where even with new boss Russ Wilcox at the helm, the Holy Blues were unable to open their away lewgue goals tally. The run without scoring on the road stretching to five games. To compound things the sixteen goals without reply, is the polar opposite to last season's away successes. Fortunately for Trinity, a...

There were smiles aplenty amongst the Gainsborough Trinity faithful on Saturday afternoon at the Kal Group Stadium as new boss Russ Wilcox started life at the helm with a bang. The Holy Blues with too much for an Atherton Collieries side lacking in confidence. There were three debutants in Wilcox's first eleven. Hamish Douglas partnered skipper, Dylan Cogill at centre half. Nat Wallace...

Gainsborough Trinity slipped to defeat in the North East, as a goal in each half gave Morpeth all three points. The Holy Blues, in grey, failed to trouble the scorer despite a hard working display for Interim boss Darryn Stamp, leading the team following Neal Bishop's departure late in the week. Club Legend, Stamp made two changes to the starting line up, as Bailey Conway came in to the...

Both teams have it all to do again on Tuesday night as the two sides ultimately coluldn't be separated at the Northolme on Saturday afternoon. Matlock substitute Karl Demidh cancelling out Joel Holvey's first half strike to make the Holy Blues pay for their wastefulness in front of goal. Trinity boss, Neal Bishop made four changes to the starting eleven that was humbled by Worksop on Bank...