Latest Gainsborough Trinity News

See below for the latest news from Gainsborough Trinity Football Club. If you're looking for match reports please see our results section.

Double Whammy For The Blues

Buxton Fixture Postponed

Gainsborough Trinity were last night named Evo-Stik Premier Division 'Club of the Month' for November 2018. The award will comprise of the presentation of an engraved permanent memento and a litre bottle of a spirit and will be presented at a time and date to be confirmed. League secretary, Angie Firth commented, "May I congratulate the Club, Manager and Players on this award."

The award follows a month of solid results for Gainsborough that saw the side undefeated in five games, picking up draws away from home at Stafford Rangers and Marine, before picking up the maximum number of points from the next three games, the 4-1 home win over Whitby Town before two away victories in four days, defeating Bamber Bridge at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium and turning over league leaders Scarborough Athletic 0-2 in their own back yard.

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December & January Fixtures

December and January Fixtures

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Buxton Fixture Postponed

Buxton Fixture Postponed

Our home game against Buxton on Tuesday is now off, due to Buxton's FA Trophy replay with Stalybridge Celtic taking priority. A new date will be confirmed in due course.

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Trio of Signings

Trio of Signings

Gainsborough Trinity have today moved to bolster their threadbare squad with a trio of signings. Joining the Holy Blues are, for a third spell, Jonny Margetts and goalkeeping pair, Marcus Dewhurst and James Pollard. Forward, Margetts arrives on loan from Lincolnshire neighbours, Boston United until January, as Blues' boss Lee Sinnott looks to increase the teams chance/conversion rate.

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Trinity Reserves - Half Yearly Report

Buxton Fixture Postponed

Gainsborough Trinity Reserves began the season more in hope, rather than expectation, with a group of players assembled over the long hot summer, given the honour of playing for Gainsborough Trinity in our inaugural season.

Headed up by Jimmy Snee, Leeboy Green and Karl Slack, the management trio were optimistic of the chances, however the players have delivered well above any real expectations. Buoyed on by the home surroundings that is the Northolme and encouraged to play on the deck from back to front, some of the performances have been outstanding, bringing plaudits from numerous opponents, and spectators alike.

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Spiksley's Coming Home

Spiksley's Coming Home

Trinity fans are reminded that at 2pm this Saturday Jason Lee of the Professional Football Association will be unveiling a blue plaque outside of the Martin & Co Arena dedicated to Fred Spiksley who started his professional career with the Holy Blues in 1887, aged 17. After scoring 131 goals in 124 matches for Trinity, Spiksley went on to become one of England’s finest players from the Victorian Era. His astonishing achievements and life story were recently retold in the Flying Over An Olive Grove.

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Branden Horton Joins the Club

Branden Horton Joins the Club

Branden Horton has today joined the club on a Work Experience loan from near neighbours, Doncaster Rovers. A highly regarded prospect at Doncaster, Branden is a left back by trade and has appeared in the Rovers’ first team, where he has been given the number 35 squad number.

Born on September 9th 2000, the eighteen-year-old will push Ben Gordon for the left back jersey, with both Lee Sinnott and John Reed expressing their delight at being able to bring the youngster into the football club, "He will bring something a little bit different to what we already have down the left-hand side, and it goes to show the positive relationship we are building with the local clubs around us, especially with how we have helped young Marcus Dewhurst in his development, recently."

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Fixture Announcement

Fixture Announcement

Tuesday night's match away to Marine has been called off at the home side's request. A new date will be confirmed in due course. Trinity are now in action next on Saturday 20th October when we travel to South Shields Football Club, 3pm kick off.

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