Team News

Voting is now underway to discover your pick for October’s Gainsborough Trinity Player of the Month, brought to you in association with Bowland Brewery, the cask ale supplier of the BetVictor Northern Premier League. Though results haven’t gone the way of the Holy Blues during the month, a couple of players have shown some promise in the month and have caught the eye of the media...

Gainsborough Trinity boss, Curtis Woodhouse has moved to secure his seventh signing as manager, with the signature of highly rated forward-cum-winger Josh Batty from BetVictor Northern Premier League South Eastern Division, Cleethorpes Town. Batty previously played for the club under Steve Housham as he looked to establish himself at first team level. Time away has helped Josh, now 24,...

This week sees Trinity back in FA Trophy action as they try to rectify last years loss to Tamworth. This game comes a round later than last years tie which was a one-sided affair as the Lambs ran out 3-0 winners in the replay after a 0-0 draw. Tamworth have been in fine form recently finding them sitting top of the BetVictor Southern Premier Central Divison, having only lost three games...

James Williamson, a 23 year old centre back, is the latest player to commit his future to Gainsborough Trinity as new boss Curtis Woodhouse continues to mould his new look squad. Williamson's former clubs include Tadcaster Albion, Matlock Town, Scarborough Athletic and North Ferriby United. A tough, athletic centre back, Williamson worked with Woodhouse for a short time at Tadcaster...

The Holy Blues have accepted a significant four figure offer for leading scorer Ashley Worsfold. The forward, with six goals this campaign only had six months remaining on his current deal. The 29-year-old was given the opportunity to discuss terms and has now decided to join fellow BetVictor Northern Premier League side, Basford United. Previously a target of Stockport County and...

This weekend sees Trinity travel across the Pennines to visit FC United of Manchester. New manager, Curtis Woodhouse makes his BetVictor Northern Premier Division debut for Gainsborough, in what is the start of an important run of games for the Holy Blues. This game comes off the back of Trinity’s 0-4 win in the FA Trophy midweek, partly thanks to a hat-trick by new captain Gavin...

Curtis Woodhouse has moved to boost his Gainsborough Trinity squad with a trio of signings ahead of training this evening. The Blues’ boss not wanting to rest on his laurels despite an impressive 0-4 opening game victory on Tuesday evening. Joining the Trinity Family are Will Thornton, Lloyd Allinson and Michael Williams. The first of the trio sees Woodhouse strengthen the sides’...

Curtis Woodhouse has swooped to secure his second signing in as many days, landing Mitchell Dunne (22) from BetVictor Northern South East Division side Sheffield FC, where he has scored eight in 14 games so far this season. Attacking threat Mitchell Dunne, who has formed a lethal front pairing with ex Trinity striker Marc Newsham, will add competition in the forward positions and with his...

Gainsborough Trinity's new boss, Curtis Woodhouse has made his first signing for the Holy Blues with the signing of Billy Chadwick on loan from Hull City. 19-year-old central midfielder, Chadwick joined the Tigers as an eleven-year-old, working his way up through the ranks. Chadwick joins his Hull City Academy teammate David Robson, who has impressed between the sticks in his first couple...