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.

Rearranged Fixtures

Rearranged Fixtures

New dates have been arranged for our recently cancelled fixtures against Buxton and Bamber Bridge. The league have also decided that we will now play South Shields away on Saturday 20th October, bringing the fixture forwards from the original date of 22nd December. Our fixtures page has been updated and the rearranged dates are as follows:

South Sheilds (Away) - Saturday 20th October
Buxton (Home) - Tuesday 13th November
Bamber Bridge (Away) - Tuesday 20th November

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Nantwich Town 1 Gainsborough Trinity 0

Nantwich Town 1 Gainsborough Trinity 0

Gainsborough Trinity were sunk by an injury time winner from Nantwich Town’s ever green forward Steve Jones, on as a late substitute. The former Northern Ireland international heading home unchallenged at the back post to break a spirited Trinity’s resolve.

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Hednesford Fixture

Hednesford Fixture

We have now received the league approval and have moved our home fixture against Hednesford from Saturday 20th April 2019 to Friday 19th April (Good Friday) with kick off still 3pm. Find out more about our fixtures for the forthcoming season and remaining pre-season games on our fixtures page.

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Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Fixtures

Evo-stik Northern Premier League Fixture Release

Gainsborough Trinity start life in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League with a trip to Cheshire to face a Nantwich Town side that finished 15th last season on Saturday 18th August. Wrapping things up with what could potentially be a crunch tie against South Shields at the Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 27th April. The Holy Blues kick off our home fixtures with a Tuesday night game under the lights, where we welcome back former Trinity captain Nathan Jarman’s Mickleover Sports on August 21st.

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September Player of the Month

September Player of the Month

A well fought battle for September's Gainsborough Trinity Player of Month kindly sponsored by Bolands Brewery has ended in victory for Blues' centre back Joe Maguire. Across the month 764 votes were cast, with fourteen different players polling votes across all positions.

Defenders: 261 votes
Midfielders: 170 votes
Wingers: 160 votes
Strikers: 152 votes

With a ten game undefeated streak stretching for much of the opening two months, topped and tailed by narrow away defeats (at Nantwich and Stalybridge) the Gainsborough faithful have been extremely spoilt for choice when selecting Man of the Match and in turn Player of the Month candidates.

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Byrne Becomes Next Blue Kid On The Block

Alex Byrne Becomes Next Blue Kid On The Block

Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to confirm the signing of Alex Byrne on contract for the 2018/19 season. Following a successful spell last season at Shaw Lane, Alex linked up earlier in the summer with the well renowned V9 Jamie Vardy academy where he impressed a number of coaches. The Trinity management team of Lee Sinnott and John Reed however were able to persuade the attack minded midfielder would be best served joining the Holy Blues where he would link up with a number of familiar faces.

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Neil Austin Joins Trinity

Neil Austin Joins Trinity

Gainsborough Trinity have tonight secured the services of vastly experienced defender, Neil Austin, on a deal that keeps him at the club until the end of the 2018/19 season. Capable of slotting in anywhere across the back line, Austin has most recently seen service with the bow defunct Shaw Lane, but is most remembered for over 200 football league appearances as well as appearing for Barnsley in the Premier League.

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Richards Departs to Join Linnetts

Richards Departs to Join Linnetts

Jordan Richards has today joined Kings Lynn for an undisclosed fee. The young midfielder, who had been offered terms for this season has opted to pursue his career away from the Martin & Co Arena and goes with the best wishes of all concerned at the football club.

Following his arrival at Gainsborough, Richards went on to make 39 appearances for the Holy Blues in league and cup competitions. Naturally a midfielder, Jordan also served the club well, playing when asked at full back. Towards the end of the season, he found opportunities limited as Shane Clarke and Liam King struck up a strong partnership in the centre of the park.

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