Team News

Gregg Smith has scooped the Bowland’s Brewery Player of the Month award for January following a string of impressive performances leading the line for Curtis Woodhouse’s revitalised Gainsborough Trinity. The man mountain has been instrumental in leading the Holy Blues to nine games unbeaten in the league; his robust style of play, bringing others into the game, allowing others to...

Now eight games unbeaten, Curtis Woodhouse’s Gainsborough Trinity arguably face their toughest test yet in the shape of promotion hopefuls Basford United. Trinity’s current run of form and home advantage give them optimism that they can get a result tomorrow. The away side though, are also on a strong run of form, currently six games unbeaten with their last loss coming on the 21st of...

Twenty-two year old forward, Curtis Morrison is the latest player to leave the Martin & Co Arena, as the Gainsborough Trinity management team continue to structure their new look squad. In recent games, Curtis has seen game time limited and though he possesses the ability to change a game, opportunities to do that have become increasingly limited. Morrison was voted Bowland's Brewery...

Joe Maguire has today left Gainsborough Trinity Football Club. Initially joining the club in the Summer of 2018 under Lee Sinnott and John Reed from Buxton FC. Becoming a regular at centre back alongside Nathan Stainfield, he has found opportunities less regular this campaign, first under Liam King and now under Curtis Woodhouse, the stopper opting to pursue regular football...

We have recieved confirmation from the BetVictor Northern Premier League confirming that Lincoln United have been removed from the Integro League Cup competition for playing an ineligible player and as such, Gainsborough Trinity have been reinstated. We will now entertain Kidsgrove Athletic at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena in Round 3. Further details, including admission prices will...

Just before Christmas Gainsborough's Grand central Station celebrated the return of a regular train service. Alas as the first one chugged in few minds wandered to the plight of the towns other institution. Poor Gainsborough Trinity rarely in people’s prayers and slowly being shunted towards a second relegation in three years to rust on the soccer scrap heap. Now unbeaten in eight...

In November, along with three other clubs from the Lincolnshire League, The Gainsborough Trinity Reserves applied for promotion, which could potentially see them promoted to the Northern Counties or UCL respectively. The team know they have a very difficult run, however even after a difficult December period, where with several injuries and some lacklustre performances, the young Blues...

Curtis Woodhouse continues to mold his new look Gainsborough Trinity side as one departs and two arrive at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena ahead of the weekend's trip to Atherton Collieries. Leaving the Northolme is goalkeeper, Lloyd Allinson, the shot-stopper joining fellow BetVictor Northern Premier side Hyde United in a quest for regular first team football. Allinson lost his place...

Gainsborough Trinity once again travel to the northwest, in search of another three points in the Bet Victor Norther Premier League. This time they face league rivals Atherton Collieries in what is sure to be a competitive fixture. Going into tomorrow’s game there is only one place separating the two sides, with Trinity in 16th and Atherton in 17th, only on goal difference with both...