Commenting on the extension, Head Coach, Tom Shaw insisted, "Harry has improved with each game as he has gained more fitness and sharpness. He is a really honest lad who has shown lots of unselfish and team-first qualities which we love and he got his reward for his endeavors with a superb goal at Lancaster. Hopefully he can stay on his upward curve of performance and have a successful second month with us."
As well as the well taken goal away at Lancaster City, Jessop was also fouled in the build up to Trinity's goal against Ashton United. It's great to have you with us for longer Harry! We hope you continue enjoying your football with us!
With Harry all set for a second month, he remains in familiar company, with a trio of other ex Irons currently donning Gainsborough Trinity colours. Player Coach, Neal Bishop, Lewis Butroid and George Hornshaw are all featuring regularly for the Holy Blues, who travel to Stafford Rangers on Saturday afternoon, looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games, with a positive outcome on the road.