Trinity Boosted to the Max

Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to announce the signing of Max Watters on loan from Doncaster Rovers for a month initially. Max has caught the eye of management duo, Lee Sinnott and John Reed in a couple of EFL Academy u23 games at Doncaster including scoring in a 1-1 draw with Rotherham United earlier this week. On signing for Doncaster Rovers in the summer, Watters stepped up from Step 8 side Ashford United where he had played 27 times, scoring regularly as he played across the midfield and up top.

The youngster has also represented England at under 18 level, where he was part of the joint winning Home Nations side, for which he played a starring role in the tournament with a clutch of goals and assists. With Evo-Stik Northern Premier League experience at Grantham Town, where he scored four times in 21 appearances, young Max was on the mark against Stafford Rangers, grabbing a brace away at Workington and including netting a spectacular individual goal against North Ferriby.

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Match action from Gainsborough Trinity's 4-1 home win against Workington. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 12th January 2019.

Ben Gordon speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's home draw against Workington. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 12th January 2019.

Lee Sinnott speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's home draw against Workington. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 12th January 2019.

Match action from Gainsborough Trinity's 0-0 home draw against Nantwich Town. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 5th January 2019.

Ioan Evans speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's home draw against Nantwich Town. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 5th January 2019.

Lee Sinnott speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's home draw against Nantwich Town. Match played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 5th January 2019.

The action from Gainsborough Trinity's perfect away performance at in-form Matlock, where the Holy Blues netted at the end of both halves to secure a strong 0-2 victory, returning to winning ways and kicking off 2019 in style.

James Pollard following Gainsborough Trinity's perfect away performance at in-form Matlock, where the Holy Blues netted at the end of both halves to secure a strong 0-2 victory, returning to winning ways and kicking off 2019 in style.

Lee Sinnott following Gainsborough Trinity's perfect away performance at in-form Matlock, where the Holy Blues netted at the end of both halves to secure a strong 0-2 victory, returning to winning ways and kicking off 2019 in style.

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