Team News

Former Manchester City trainee, Adam Drury has today agreed terms with the Holy Blues, to become Curtis Woodhouse’s ninth signing ahead of the 2020/21 season, adding his name to the list which includes the likes of Gregg Smith, Alex Wiles, Lewis Collins and James Williamson. Twenty six year old, right sided player, Adam Drury started his career on the blue side of Manchester, where he...

Midfielder Lewis Collins has become the latest addition to Curtis Woodhouse’s squad for the 2020/21 season. Collins’ recently completed a two year deal at Cleethorpes whereby he made 77 appearances in total, scoring 13 goals. A composed ball-player, he has the ability to dictate the play from the centre of the park and impressed fans and management during his spell with the Owls. This...

Gainsborough Trinity have moved to secure the signature of highly rated goalkeeper, Tom Jackson from Frickley Athletic. Curtis Woodhouse has started with the 'keeper position, bringing in the 23 year old who he has previously worked with at Bridlington Town. Jackson joins Jack Walters, Gregg Smith, Alex Wiles, Declan Bacon and James Williamson as those committed to deals for 2020/21, with...

Curtis Woodhouse has been busy adding to his backroom team ahead of the 2020/21 season with the addition of John Corbett and Leigh Herrick to work alongside himself, Martin Foster, Charlie Cresswell and Sports Therapist Steven Rands. Corbett and Herrick join having left Bottesford Town after an eight year stint at the Lincolnshire club where they unearthed talent like current first teamer...

Manager Curtis Woodhouse has been busy speaking to all members of his Gainsborough Trinity squad as attention turns to preparing for the 2020/2021 Northern Premier League season. Following the early curtailment of the 2019/2020 season and with the continuing Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world, preparations this year have undoubtedly been tougher than in any previous season on...

Curtis Woodhouse fears that his Gainsborough Trinity squad will be 'ripped apart' by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, the Holy Blues manager has assured supporters that this won't dampen his promotion dream. Earlier this week Woodhouse told The Gainsborough Standard that attempts to keep his side together may prove to be an impossible task, but that he is still desperate for...

The ongoing situation with coronavirus has had a severely detrimental effect on all Football Clubs. This particularly affects non-league clubs, who rely on supporters through the turnstiles on a fortnightly basis for a large portion of their income generation. We are also informed that it is unlikely that any of the allocated £125 million by the FA for EFL and National League Clubs will...

Like all sports clubs up and down the country and the situation surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), Gainsborough Trinity is certainly being challenged by the unprecedented times. The club has had no income since our last home fixture, against Radcliffe FC on Tuesday 3rd March and will likely have no further income forthcoming, in the foreseeable future. Wages were paid in full last...

The Northern Premier League has today decided, reluctantly, to suspend all fixtures until further notice in light of the escalating COVID-19 outbreak. The League would like to congratulate the players, officials, volunteers and fans of clubs able to stage games at the weekend and notes the excellent attendances at those fixtures. Whilst the primary responsibility of the League is to the...