Shaw's Trinity side will be looking to avenge that defeat and will be looking for more of the same from the Northolme faithful, continuing to back the Blues in both number and noise. Ahead of the fixture, Head Coach, Tom Shaw intimated, "Nantwich have been on an excellent run of late and I was impressed with them in our tight fixture at their place. They will cause us some problems and we will have to be at a good level of performance today to come out on top."

Kindly sponsored by our home shirt sponsors, Rase Veterinary Centre are sponsoring the deal that sees us able to offer u16s free admission to the game, when accompanied by a paying adult. With one of the best home records in the league this season, confidence in the camp is undoubtedly high as we look to continue our fine run of home form that has seen us beaten only twice this season on home turf.

Trinity have an almost full, clean bill of health ahead of the weekend, with Joe Wilson coming through Tuesday night's training session with flying colours. Shaw's squad is further boosted with the addition of Josh Hinds, announced earlier today, signing from Hull City. All news which gives plenty of cause for optimism ahead of the latest game at fortress Northolme.


Along with all supporters home and away, we welcome our fantastic sponsors for this weekend's fixture. Thank you for your backing to Cliff Bradley & Sons, our Gold and Silver package sponsors, The Myskiw Boys and David Carter. There is Lyn Bland sponsoring the Match Ball, so it looks like The Blues Club will be busy with the extra sponsors in attendance. But with the midday day game on the box, decent bar prices and a promising forecast, what's not to like? Get yourselves along to the Gainsborough Martin and Co Arena and be a part of the Gainsborough Trinity family.


Available on the turnstiles, are copies of the Matchday Programme priced at £2.50. Features in this weekend's issue include George Hornshaw as the Big Interview, Cieron Keane answers the ten quick fire questions, and Dale Storey of BBC Radio Lincolnshire highlights some jaw-dropping statistics relating to the season! Steve Andrews takes us down memory lane as he delves into the archives, and Henrich Ravas gets a mention as Pip Anderson reaches the letter 'R' in his Gainsborough Trinity A to Z. KLS Photography as ever provides her Action Rewind spread, looking back at the close fought Matlock Town game from a fortnight ago.

Article by Rob Hughes (@AATM_Media)