Reserves News

Gainsborough travelled across to Lincoln to play the reverse fixture against Lincoln united Development Squad, which last time out against the same opponents ended in a 5-0 victory for the young Blues. Management duo of Steve Hutchinson and Lee Green’s message to the team was to forget the result two weeks ago and play the game in front of them. We requested the side play at a high...

Gainsborough Trinity Reserves manager and assistant Steve Hutchinson and Lee Green review Gainsborough Trinity Reserves' start to the 2019/20 Lincolnshire League season. We can’t grumble with the start to the season we have had. If someone had said you will win 5 out of 6 games and a draw one, we would have bitten their hand off, especially with the suspensions and holidays we have had...

The young Blues unbeaten start to the campaign continued with an impressive performance against a young Lincoln united side at the Martin & Co Arena. Gainsborough Trinity Reserves continued from the midweek victory, as they picked up all three points against a young Lincoln United Development Side, who had started their campaign with some competitive displays, coming lately off a 2-0 win...

Gainsborough Trinity Reserves made it five games unbeaten so far this season with a 4-2 away win at Brigg Town Reserves on Tuesday night, resulting in them holding joint top spot in the Lincolnshire League alongside Hykeham Town. Management due Steve Hutchinson and Lee Green decided to revert to the 4-3-3 shape heavily worked upon during pre-season and for the first ten minutes the side...

Following a good result for the young Trinity reserves side against the 2018/19 league champions last time out, the Blues looked to take the performance and confidence built, into what was expected to be a tough game against Louth Town. On arrival it was quite evident that due to the windy weather conditions and indifferent playing surface, it was not not going to suit our playing...

After last weeks disappointing result at home againt Wyberton, we were heading into today’s game against Lincoln Moorlands Railway with plenty of desire and determination to put some lessons learnt from the previous week into action. The management message was to be more clinical and positive in the final third whilst maintaining the high standard of workmanship set as a minimum...

After last weeks good result the lads were back to training this week continuing to work on both fitness and structure, both resulting in a very positive week leading up to the game. We (the management team) were really optimistic heading into the home game against Wyberton, feeling it was a great opportunity for the boys to put a strong performance in and make a statement of intent to...

Gainsborough Trinity Reserves manager Steve Hutchinson and assistant, Lee Green review our opening day victory over Horncastle Town at the Wong. After the long hard work throughout a successful pre-season it was now time to put the practice and the squad development to the test. Prior to the game we highlighted the positives of pre-season and the confidence they should take into the game...