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Former Hull City and Barnsley defender Cody Collins is starting his third year with the Mansfield Town Academy and moves to the Holy Blues on an initial one-month loan deal, where he will add strength and flexibility to the back line, being able to fill a number of positions, whilst having the ability to play out from the back. A key trait of the new look Gainsborough Trinity. A confident...

Saturday afternoon (3pm) sees the Holy Blues take a break from league action, with a trip to the Giant Axe, home of Lancaster City in the Isuzu FA Trophy. Looking to progress in the competition Neal Bishop's men believe they have something of a point to prove, having been beaten by the Dolly Blues at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena back in August. Saturday away games have been...

Only a second league loss of the season at home to Bamber Bridge on Saturday can quickly be forgotten about with a result against Morpeth Town on Tuesday evening (7.45pm), when Neal Bishop’s Holy Blues are back in Pitching In Northern Premier League action. The relentless fixture schedule shows no sign of letting up, as the Saturday, Tuesday pattern continues unabated. Relentless, but...

We are delighted to launch the Back the Blues: October draw, 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. At...

Three of the next five league games are at home, starting on Saturday against Bamber Bridge, before Morpeth Town visit the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena on Tuesday (7.45pm) and Ashton United on November 12th. With the trio of Trinity home games on the agenda, Neal Bishop's side will be determined to add to the solitary league victory on Northolme (the 4-0 victory over...

As a club we are deeply saddened and disappointed, that at our game against Marske United on Tuesday evening, one of our players was subjected to racial abuse by an opposition “supporter“. We have reported this event to the relevant authorities and fully supported the player involved. The individual was quickly identified and ejected from the ground. We would like to thank Marske...

Marske United is the destination on Tuesday night, as the Holy Blues make the frequent long-distance midweek away trip. The two sides currently separated by six places, but only two points from the same number of games, make this one of the standout fixtures of the evening’s Northern Premier League games.

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Boasting one of meanest defences in the country, behind Truro, Preston and Leyton Orient, on Saturday, the Holy Blues look to continue their excellent start to the season at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena. Seeing Neal Bishop’s men collect seventeen points from ten games so far, tasting defeat only once, in the league, we welcome Atherton Collieries to the Northolme. Trinity will...

Since the 6-0 win away at Whitby Town on the 13th September, Neal Bishop's Gainsborough Trinity haven’t been on the road in the league. A couple of days shy of a full month without an away league game (mainly thanks to the Holy Blues’ cup commitments) Trinity will be hoping to continue an impressive start to the season away from home that has seen victories over Warrington Rylands and...