Match Reports

Buxton away saw another blood and thunder performance from Curtis Woodhouse's weary warriors. Eleven unbeaten now the express train has bagged 7 points from nine in a busy week. The speedy Bucks sprang into action at the beginning of each half to press ahead and then level this 6 goal thriller, but it could not derail the Choo-Choo Blues who continue to chug along and confound the...

The Trinity train departed Bower Fold with a bounce as Curtis Woodhouse's Blues battled back from a goal down at the break, scoring twice in three second-half minutes to secure three points and extend the unbeaten streak to ten league games. Moving up a place to 15th place in the process, whilst reducing the points gap to single digits (9 points) off the final play-off spot in the...

The Triumphant Trinity train side-tracked big spending Basford to make it four wins on the spin. The Holy Blues may remain 16th in the table but they leapfrogged second placed United to go top of the form with 16 points from a possible 18, to stretch the unbeaten run to nine games thanks to a rising half volley from Alex Wiles. Another battle of attrition saw Curtis Woodhouse’s warriors...

The Holy Blues were walking in a Walker wonderland after the emerging dream team plundered the coal seam on the other side of the hills. Nicky Walker's dream debut saw him net three as The Trinity train chugs out of Manchester's mining capital with 3 goals, 3 points and three bags full sir! Unbeaten in eight it’s now five wins from six for Curtis' cavaliers who continue to clickety...

Seventh heaven for Blue Curtis's cavaliers continue their charismatic climb up the table with three points at play-off chasing Radcliffe to go seven unbeaten. Radcliffe 8th with a home record that read W7, D2, L2 before this one, were bound to be a tough proposition for the bouncing Blues even with manager Macken's decision to quit on the eve of the fixture. The Blues raced from the...

Gainsborough Trinity made it six games unbeaten with a fine victory over Witton Albion, moving themselves clear of the BetVictor Northern Premier League drop-zone on goal difference. Alex Wiles had a home-coming to remember, netting twice following his midweek move from Tadcaster. Dan Wallis was also on debut also after joining from league rivals, Matlock Town 24 hours earlier. From the...

A much changed Gainsborough Trinity side missed out on a place in the third round of the Integro Cup as they were defeated by Lincoln United on penalties at the Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday evening. An early goal from Jordan Adebayo-Smith was cancelled out late on in the first half by former Trinity forward Elliot Wilson and that was enough to take the game the distance. The Holy Blues...

Gainsborough Trinity recorded back to back victories for the first time this season with a gritty 2-1 win over Matlock Town at the Martin & Co Arena, to start 2020 with all three points and extend their unbeaten run to four, with two wins and two draws over the festive period. Making one change to the side that had beat Grantham on Boxing Day, Curtis Woodhouse gave a start to Michael...

Five of the best gave Gainsbourgh Trinity supporters the best possible Christmas present, dispatching Lincolnshire rivals, Grantham, by five goals to one on opposition turf; a score line that had the Trinity faithful purring with delight, as both Simon Russell and Curtis Morrison netted braces. There were two changes to the side that drew 0-0 with Nantwich Town on Saturday; Morrison in...