Match Reports

Gainsborough Trinity secured their second win of the season against a North Ferriby side that didn’t really threaten the Holy Blues’ at the Martin & Co Arena. First half goals from Michael Jacklin and Nathan Jarman were enough to see off the Humberside outfit in the bank holiday clash. In a dramatic exchange of play in the 23rd minute, Trinity could have and perhaps should have taken...

Gainsborough Trinity were beaten convincingly by a Blyth Spartans side that were firing on all cylinders at the Martin & Co Arena. Trinity looked a different side from the defensively convincing side that saw out a 1-0 win away at Nuneaton the previous weekend. Trinity started off slowly which couldn’t be said for the visitors when Dale Hopson struck a lovely side-footed shot into the...

Gainsborough Trinity secured their first win of the new season with a 1-0 win away to Nuneaton Town. Nuneaton will feel like they deserved perhaps at least a point at the LDJ Solicitors Stadium but the Holy Blues’ held on and celebrated the journey home from Warwickshire. Dave Frecklington made three changes to his side that lost out to Darlington midweek, bringing in debutant loanee...

Gainsborough Trinity narrowly missed out on their first point of the 2017/18 season, losing in a seven-goal thriller to Darlington FC. Trinity looked to have salvaged a point at Blackwell Meadows but the Quakers’ relentless attack proved too much for the Holy Blues’ defence and saw them miss out agonisingly. The mild early-August evening was set alight in the 6th minute, when Gary...

Gainsborough Trinity began their 2017/18 National League North campaign in a losing effort to newly promoted Leamington FC at the Martin & Co Arena. An Ashley Worsfold goal was not enough to keep Trinity in the game and defensive errors cost the Holy Blues. Leamington came to Lincolnshire in high spirits following their promotion from the Southern Football League Premier Division...

In this second qualifying round of the FA Cup, Gainsborough Trinity held their nerve against their more physical opponents, Rushall Olympic, and two well taken goals meant they progressed to face Stockport County in the next round. In an even first half, both teams came out to play attacking football but the Holy Blues were the first team to put a move together with Simon Russell firing...