Gainsborough Trinity 0 Marine 1

Gainsborough have it all to do next week at Warrington on a day that could have seen us move to within two points of fourth placed Nantwich who could only draw 1-1 against lowly local rivals Grantham.

On a day of might-have-beens The Holy Blues were mugged by Marine who put in a professional performance to achieve a smash and grab win over a Trinity side that just needed a little luck in terms of chances and dare we say decisions if the vocal Carlisle choir's opinions are anything to go by.


Back from injury, back with a bang! Alex Simmons' strike in added time the difference. Watch him talk to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Saturday's victory. Match played on Saturday 16th March 2019.

Boss Liam King speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following a late winner against Basford United away on Saturday. Match played on Saturday 16th March 2019.

Here's the best of Gainsborough's 0-1 away win against Basford United as Liam King's holy blues make it four wins from four. Match played on Saturday 16th March 2019.

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For the second away game on the trot Trinity travelled in impressive numbers and backed by over 150 Holy Blues, Liam's loco pulled out of yet another station with all three precious points. Patience and perseverance proved a virtue as triumphant Trinity marched two points closer to fourth and four points clear of Scarborough.


NPL Changes Following Ferriby's Sad Demise

The news from Ferriby is not good and our thoughts go out to them following the failure of their survival bid. This means that all results will be expunged from the League table.

South Shields are the biggest beneficiaries having had their 0-3 away embarrassment expunged from the history books. Thus they leapfrog Warrington who have lost 6 points and nine goals from the goal difference.


Fab Four Tickets

As the end of season hots up, with eight games to go (four at home), Trinity are releasing a 'Fab Four' ticket, also known as #F4B. These tickets aim to get as many Trinity supporters in as possible, whilst rewarding loyal Gainsborough supporters who haven’t previously taken advantage of our fantastic Season Ticket offers.


Stability Assured as King Remains on Throne!

Liam King and Ross Hannah have this weekend been given the green light to continue as the interim management team, until the end of the season. The club has been very impressed with the calibre of applicants, despite not formerly advertising the vacancy, but it was felt the impact Liam and Ross have had, since taking over following the dismissal of Lee Sinnott and John Reed, couldn't go unnoticed.


Club Statement

Although The Holy Blues were without a game today we still sit fifth in the final play-off spot. Scarborough won away at Marine 2-1, surviving a late penalty, that would have seen a share of the spoils, instead seeing 'Boro close the gap to just one point but our rivals have now played the same amount of games as us (34).

As have Nantwich, who also got a rest, but still remain six points above us after a 2-1 defeat at Buxton on Tuesday. Next week's opponents and hosts Basford beat Buxton 2-0 to leave them 5 points behind Trinity with the same number of games played. Basford do have a game in hand on us so next week is a vital 6-pointer given they are 9 points behind us.


Joe Green Signs

Joe Green, a 23 year old goalkeeper, has signed on loan from Guiseley until the end of the season. Subject to league ratification. Trinity Interim Manager Liam king is a firm believer in having the strongest squad possible, in the hunt to achieve a play off spot this season. Having two quality keepers will certainly help this.


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