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As we wait for Damon Parkinson to return to coaching duties Blues' boss Neal Bishop has brought in a former colleague; vastly experienced, former Trinity player and assistant, Darryn Stamp to support him in the dugout. The short term appointment, initially, is set to provide Bishop with a sounding board on all first team affairs. 44 year old Stamp made 400+ appearances in a twenty year...

Formed as recently as 1992, Barwell Football Club are currently playing at their highest ever level. The Step 3, Southern Premier League Central side, visit the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena on Saturday in the Isuzu FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round. Neal Bishop’s side will be hopeful of adding more misery to the Leicestershire based side, as we look to progress in the senior non...

The Holy Blues have today boosted their ranks with the loan signing of highly talented Harry Lewis from near neighbours Scunthorpe United. Talented teenager, Harry, made eleven first team appearances last season in League Two and adds versatility and flexibility to Neal Bishop's squad as the Holy Blues look to bounce back from last week's Emirates FA Cup disappointment, bowing out to...

With 424 people voting across Social Media, for the Gainsborough Trinity, September Player of the Month Award, in association with MKS Groundcare, all four players polled votes, but the winner of the second Player of the Month award is Clayton Donaldson, with 42% of the votes cast! The striker has been in fine form this month, both scoring and assisting on a regular basis during the month...

The first draw of the Back the Blues: 100 Club was carried out before the Emirates FA Cup game with Worksop Town yesterday, with a video of the draw posted on YouTube shortly afterwards. A huge thank you to everyone that supported the inaugural draw, that is aimed at raising much needed funds for the football club, whilst also offering you, the supporters, the opportunity to win some cash...

We welcome Worksop Town to the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena on Saturday, in the Emirates FA Cup Third Qualifying Round. Neal Bishop's men overcoming Loughborugh Students (3-1) and Long Eaton (4-2 after extra time). The visitors having played three ties to get to the same stage. Victories over AFC Mansfield (3-0), Worcester Raiders (5-0) and Brackley Town (2-0) this cup tie certainly...

Gainsborough Trinity go into Tuesday night’s game under the lights at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena against Guiseley in good form. Unbeaten in six games, and with back-to-back league wins over Whitby Town and Stalybridge Celtic, Neal Bishop’s young side, led by evergreen striker Clayton Donaldson are full of confidence as they look to extend the run that has seen the Holy...

We are delighted to launch the Back the Blues: 100 Club today, aimed at raising over £7,000 towards valuable club funds across a twelve-month period. This great initiative, with brilliant prizes for our entrants up for grabs each month. What’s not to like? There are three chances to win for our entrants, with the first prize of £250, runners up prize of £100 and third prize of £50....

The arrival of Stalybridge Celtic marks the second home game in four days for Gainsborough, and part of a run of fixtures on home turf that could stretch to six games by the middle of October, depending on the luck of Monday's Isuzu FA Trophy draw and potential replays! Fixture schedules really raising a few eyebrows in recent weeks, that's for sure. Stalybridge, managed by Chris Willcock...