Latest Gainsborough Trinity News

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FC United of Manchester Match Preview

FC United of Manchester Match Preview

We may still only be in the first half of the season but Saturday’s contest between Gainsborough Trinity and FC United of Manchester is a critical one at the foot of the Vanarama National League North. The clash represents the opportunity for either side to pull several points clear of the relegation places, whilst a defeat could see one of these clubs slip closer to, or possibly into in Trinity’s case, the bottom three come Saturday evening.

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National League North Player Of The Month

National League North Player Of The Month

Michael Jacklin is the Vanarama National League North's player of the month. Trinity face a tough but winnable First Round match in the Emirates FA Cup this coming weekend, but are buoyed with a terrific run in October, lifting them out of the relegation zone in the Vanarama National League North. Pivotal at both ends of the team during the month has been centre-back Michael Jacklin, who primarily is a lynch pin in the defence but has surprised many, including his manager, with three crucial goals from set pieces. With spirits high in the Lincolnshire camp, could there be a cup run on the cards at Northolme?

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AFC Telford Match Preview

AFC Telford Match Preview

"There’s a buzz about the place at the minute". Tuesday night sees Gainsborough Trinity manager, Dave Frecklington attempt to carry on his best run of games since taking over as manager at the end of last season. The Holy Blues are now 6 games unbeaten, and accumulating points in a bid to stay clear of the relegation zone. They currently sit in 18th, level on 12 points with local rivals Boston United after 14 games.

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Leamington Replay Match Preview

Leamington Match Preview

Gainsborough Trinity look to make the most of the home advantage tomorrow, with Leamington returning to the Martin & Co Arena looking to make it through to the 4th round of qualifying for this year’s FA Cup, and join a host of National League sides for the draw, which is scheduled to take place today on Talksport.

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Brackley Town Match Preview

Brackley Town Match Preview

The Holy Blues have the perfect opportunity to put their FA Cup defeat behind them when they make the trip to South Northamptonshire on Saturday afternoon. Before that emotional defeat to Slough Town, Trinity had been unbeaten in seven, winning five of those contests. With players in form, including Michael Jacklin who won the Vanarama National League North Player of the Month for October, Dave Frecklington will be hoping his side can build upon the lessons learnt from last weekend.

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Slough Town FA Cup Tie Tickets

Fixtures Announced

Ticket sales for our FA Cup tie against Slough Town on Saturday 4th November 2017 (3pm kick off) are now available to purchase online. Tickets ordered online will be sent via email to print out at home, or keep on your phone. Your unique barcode will need to be scanned at the gate on entry.

For people who don’t have email addresses or would rather not order online, forms are available at FunPrintz on Church Street, payment by cash or cheque only. Tickets will be processed while you wait on Tuesday and Friday (if possible), or completed forms will be processed during office hours and should be available for collection from FunPrintz 24 hours later (longer over the weekend). It is also possible that you may be able to pay on the gate on the day, if the game is not sold out.

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Tamworth Match Preview

Tamworth Match Preview

Following The Holy Blues’ emphatic 2-0 win at home to Leamington in the FA Cup, attentions now turn back to the league, as Gainsborough travel to the midlands to face Tamworth. A stern test can be expected, with Tamworth currently sat in the play-offs. It was back in March last season when Trinity last visited Tamworth, where they just fell short. Danny Newton, who now plays in League 2 for Stevenage, grabbed the winner to send Trinity home empty handed.

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Leamington Match Preview

Leamington Match Preview

Gainsborough Trinity will look to get back to winning ways this weekend, a trip to Leamington is in store for The Holy Blues and it’s another great chance to progress in this years FA Cup. Trinity will remember Leamington well from the opening game of the season. Paul Holleran’s side visited the Martin & Co Arena back in August, and were able to pull off a shock result. In front of just over six-hundred fans, Ahmed Obeng stunned the home side with two goals to secure their first win of the season.

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