Blues' boss Dave Frecklington cuts a frustrated figure as his Trinity side score four goals at home against Harrogate Town, but end up without the points. Watch what the manager has to say as he speaks to Dale Storey for Gainsborough Trinity TV..

All the goals from Trinity's nine goal thriller at the Martin & Co Arena as Gainsborough lost out 4-5. Goals from Ash Worsfold, Bradley Wells, Craig King and Shane Clarke not enough to get something out of the game for Dave Frecklington's men.

Midfield Strengthened - Lewis Collins Signs

Following Tuesday night’s disappointing 2-4 home reverse at the hands of Blyth Spartans, Trinity boss, Dave Frecklington has wasted little time in strengthening his squad that has become decimated by injuries since the big kick off on August 5th. This weeks’ business sees the arrival of Lewis Collins, on loan from Mansfield Town.


Match action from Gainsborough Trinity's 2-4 home defeat at the hands of Blyth Spartans, in the Vanarama National League North. But falling two goals behind in the opening twenty gave Trinity a mountain to climb! Action including Michael Jacklin & Bradley Wells goals, for the Holy Blues.

Harrogate Town Preview

The Holy Blues look to bounce back from an unfortunate defeat to Blyth Spartans, as promotion contenders Harrogate Town visit the Martin & Co Arena. Talking to Gainsborough Trinity TV, Gaffer Dave Frecklington highlighted the importance of Saturdays fixture, whilst admitting his side cannot afford to be as sloppy defensively against a full time club. "We can't keep blaming the defence, when we cleared the ball we didn't manage to keep hold of it up top, we wasn't brave enough in midfield to try and get a pass off the full-backs, and when your losing so early in the game it's hard work".


Gainsborough Trinity 2 Blyth Spartans 4

Gainsborough Trinity were beaten convincingly by a Blyth Spartans side that were firing on all cylinders at the Martin & Co Arena. Trinity looked a different side from the defensively convincing side that saw out a 1-0 win away at Nuneaton the previous weekend. Trinity started off slowly which couldn’t be said for the visitors when Dale Hopson struck a lovely side-footed shot into the roof of the net in the 8th minute, leaving Trinity goalkeeper Louis Jones with no chance.


Following Trinity's 2-4 home reverse at the hands of Blyth Spartans, Gainsborough boss Dave Frecklington speaks exclusively to Josh Dainty of Gainsborough Trinity TV.

Toy Story 3 Under The Stars

Join us on Friday 25th August at 7pm for a unique experience in Gainsborough. We will be screening Toy Story 3 on the big screen on Gainsborough Trinity's pitch. Refreshments will be available, as well as some seating, but feel free to bring your own picnic blankets! Buy your tickets online now at Eventbrite, on Facebook or in person by visiting FunPrintz on Church Street in Gainsborough.


Nuneaton 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Gainsborough Trinity secured their first win of the new season with a 1-0 win away to Nuneaton Town. Nuneaton will feel like they deserved perhaps at least a point at the LDJ Solicitors Stadium but the Holy Blues’ held on and celebrated the journey home from Warwickshire. Dave Frecklington made three changes to his side that lost out to Darlington midweek, bringing in debutant loanee goalkeeper Louis Jones from Doncaster Rovers, Josh Lacey for Charlie Gatter at right back and Jonathan Wafula in for the injured Alex Simmons (pulled quad) on the right side of midfield.


An explosive interview from Trinity boss, Dave Frecklington following his sides' 0-1 away win over Tommy Wright's Nuneaton Town outfit. Catch the interview with Dale Storey above.

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