Match Reports

Opening day spoils shared at the Northolme, as the Holy Blues started the campaign with a sold, but unspectacular start to the 2023/24 season. A summer of upheaval off the field, and a major rebuild on the pitch didn't stop Trinity ending Game Day One, with a point on the board & a clean sheet on the chart. Boss, Neal Bishop, handed out eight debuts in his starting eleven. Testament...

An entertaining afternoon's football, in front of a bumper Northolme crowd of 2,510. The Holy Blues came back from an early goal to share the spoils against a youthful Manchester United XI, who named two completely different sides in each half. Neal Bishop named a starting eleven made up of the players currently signed, and revealed, with the exception of goalkeeper Dylan Wharton....

The tangerine Holy Blues started pre-season with defeat at the MKM Stadium, as Neal Bishop used twenty players in a largely experimental line up against a settled side that recently gained promotion to Step 4 via the end of season play-offs. Three first half goals from the hosts, against a Trinity side containing only two of the side involved in last season's run to the Play-Off Semi...

Immense, immeasurable pride, tinged with a hint of sadness, but no regrets, the Holy Blues bowed out of the Play-Offs 5-3 on penalties after the two sides couldn't be separated over the course of 120 minutes of pulsating Pitching In Northern Premier League football. Neal Bishop made a couple of anticipated changes, as Dylan Cogill returned to the starting eleven. Prosper Keto started on...

An afternoon that began with a poignant tribute to Lynn Marsland, a wonderful member of the Gainsborough Trinity family who sadly passed away recently, FC United of Manchester were the party poopers, as they left Lincolnshire with all three points. Neal Bishop's Holy Blues having one eye on Tuesday night's Play-Off clash - now confirmed as being against Bamber Bridge at the Sir Tom Finney...

Though written off by many at the start of the season, the core group of players had the belief that Gainsborough Trinity could be up there – and on April 15th ensured their place in the top five teams in the 2022/23 Pitching In Northern Premier League. Securing the point that was needed to claim a play-off spot (with a game to spare) through a hard fought point on the road at fellow...

Gainsborough made it a very happy Easter on Bank Holiday Monday, putting Liversedge to the sword at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena, in front of a bumper crowd. Tyrell Sellars-Fleming netting his first for the Holy Blues, with Clayton Donaldson and Liam Waldock also on target for the league hot-shots.

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A dogged, determined performance from Neal Bishop’s Holy Blues saw Trinity return from Lancaster City with all three points in the bag, thanks to two goals from corners in three first half minutes to turn the game on it’s head. Gainsborough digging deep to secure a much craved victory to pull three points clear of sixth placed Hyde United in the race for an end of season play-off...

The draw specialists played out a stalemate at the Northolme as Gainsborough Trinity came back from a goal down on the stroke of half time to keep up the pressure on the other sides in the play-off chase. In an engaging Northern Premier League encounter that ebbed and flowed from first minute to last, the Holy Blues could have grabbed all three points late on, but were made to settle for...