The goals from Trinity's first win of the 2016/17 season against Altrincham FC. Goals scored by Ashley Worsfold and Gavin Rothery. Match played on Saturday 20th August 2016.

Gainsborough Trinity 2 Altrincham 0

Gainsborough secured their first win of the season as two second half goals capped a good performance from Dominic Roma's men. Ashley Worsfold opened the scoring just after the break before Gavin Rothery sealed the win with a late tap in. It was a much better display from the Blues and one that put to bed the three defeats in a row. The Blues were defensively sound and finally got that rub of the green in front of goal that Trinity boss Roma said 'would even itself out over the season'.


A delighted Dom Roma has a Saturday night to look forward to after his Gainsborough Trinity side picked up the first three points of the season with a polished 2-0 home win over Altrincham.

Attacking Options Bolstered with Loan Move

Dominic Roma has moved to bolster his sides attacking options after a disappointing opening to the season which has so far seen the side fail to pick up a win. The move to secure the signature of teenage forward, Darcell Bailey-King is hoped to provide a fresh injection of pace in the final third and comes highly recommended by former Trinity manager, Neil Warnock and Rotherham United Youth Coach, Ciaran Toner a former Gainsborough favourite.


Gainsborough Trinity 0 Harrogate Town 2

Gainsborough fell to a third straight defeat as a clinical Harrogate Town ran out winners at the Martin and Co Arena. Two quality first half finishes was enough to separate the sides with the highlight a 25 yard thunderbolt from Lloyd Kerry. Blues boss Dominic Roma made four changes to the Trinity sides that suffered back to back defeats in their last two outings.


A disappointed Trinity boss, Dominic Roma looks at what went wrong, and where his team need to improve ahead of Tuesday's home clash with fancied side, Harrogate Town at the Martin & Co Arena.

Gloucester City 4 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Gainsborough Trinity conceded four goals away from home for the second time in four days as Gloucester City made Trinity pay for sloppy defending and a failure to take the chances they were presented with. Inside eight minutes, Trinity had the chance to settle any nerves left over from the Alfreton defeat on Tuesday. Nathan Jarman blazing his spot kick over the bar after Gavin Rothery had picked out the run of Ashley Worsfold, who turned the full back inside out before winning the penalty.


Matt Thornhill opens his account as Trinity are made to pay for sloppy defending and a failure to turn large chunks of possession into goals. Onwards and upwards, we go forward together. Match played on Saturday 13th August 2016.

Dom Roma post Gainsborough Trinity's 4-0 defeat at Alfreton Town, played on Tuesday 9th August 2016. Questions by BBC Radio Lincolnshire's Dale Storey on his first away game of the 2016/17 season.

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