Team News

Gainsborough Trinity welcome Stalybridge Celtic to the Martin & Co Arena on Saturday as the Holy Blues return to BetVictor Northern Premier League action. Curtis Woodhouse hopes to have a full strength squad to select from as Stalybridge arrive full of confidence, being unbeaten in three games, sitting inside the play-offs, this one promises to be a battle, as the Holy Blues look to put...

Curtis Woodhouse has today completed the signing of attacking midfielder George Green on a month's loan from Lincolnshire neighbours Boston United. The move sees the talented left-footer join the Holy Blues, bringing with him a wealth of experience at clubs including Everton, Oldham Athletic, Kilmarnock, Salford City, Chester and Nuneaton Borough, before joining the Pilgrims in the summer...

Gainsborough are back in FA Trophy action tomorrow where they will visit Darlington. It’s been an indifferent season for the home side in the National League North, currently sitting in 14th place. However, there home form has been particularly impressive winning 5 games so far and having only lost 2. They are still looking for their first win in November, most recently losing to...

Simon Russell is Gainsborough Trinity's October Player of the Month in the BetVictor Northern Premier League, sponsored by Bowland's Brewery. A string of 100% performances in true Simon Russell fashion was a regular highlight of an otherwise disappointing month for those of a Holy Blue persuasion. Goals against Bamber Bridge and Basford United (added to a 90th minute equaliser against...

It's Friday! And that can only mean one thing. Tomorrow is match day. Not just any match day though, Curtis Woodhouse's first home game in charge as the Holy Blues welcome Morpeth Town to the Martin & Co Arena in the BetVictor Northern Premier League. Woodhouse, who has been busy shaping his Trinity squad has so far overseen three away games, a 0-4 victory over Dunston in the FA...

Voting is now underway to discover your pick for October’s Gainsborough Trinity Player of the Month, brought to you in association with Bowland Brewery, the cask ale supplier of the BetVictor Northern Premier League. Though results haven’t gone the way of the Holy Blues during the month, a couple of players have shown some promise in the month and have caught the eye of the media...

Gainsborough Trinity boss, Curtis Woodhouse has moved to secure his seventh signing as manager, with the signature of highly rated forward-cum-winger Josh Batty from BetVictor Northern Premier League South Eastern Division, Cleethorpes Town. Batty previously played for the club under Steve Housham as he looked to establish himself at first team level. Time away has helped Josh, now 24,...

This week sees Trinity back in FA Trophy action as they try to rectify last years loss to Tamworth. This game comes a round later than last years tie which was a one-sided affair as the Lambs ran out 3-0 winners in the replay after a 0-0 draw. Tamworth have been in fine form recently finding them sitting top of the BetVictor Southern Premier Central Divison, having only lost three games...

James Williamson, a 23 year old centre back, is the latest player to commit his future to Gainsborough Trinity as new boss Curtis Woodhouse continues to mould his new look squad. Williamson's former clubs include Tadcaster Albion, Matlock Town, Scarborough Athletic and North Ferriby United. A tough, athletic centre back, Williamson worked with Woodhouse for a short time at Tadcaster...