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Stainfield Signs for the Blues

Stainfield Signs for the Blues

Inundated with offers since deciding to move on for pastures new, Nathan Stainfield has opted to re-join his former manager from Spalding, at Gainsborough Trinity, making the step up from Evo-Stick South, to become Dave Frecklington’s sixth summer acquisition. "I am really pleased to get Nathan over the line, having worked with him last season it was obvious he was going be a top target of mine in the summer."

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The Return of Johnathan Williams

The Return of Johnathan Williams

The Gainsborough Trinity rebuild continues as Dave Frecklington this evening unveils twenty-five-year-old midfielder, Johnathan Williams. Based in Sheffield the creative midfielder will be known to long standing Trinity supporters, having previously been in and around the team during our run to the FA Trophy semi-finals and our ‘almost’ moment in the then Conference North playoffs.

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Bradley Wells Boosts Blues!

Bradley Wells Boosts Blues

It’s not every day you get a phone call from the manager and he tells you he has snapped up a thirty-goal striker, but I got that call today as an excited Dave Frecklington struggled to contain his delight at landing Trinity a striker who netted 30 times last season and bagged a spot in the Evo-Stik League Northern Premier, First Division South Team of the Year!

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Join Our Winning U18s

Join Our Winning U18s

Gainsborough Trinity FC are now looking for players at U18s level to join our highly successfully team for the 2017/18 season. If you are a player with a willingness to develop, learn and progress, and want to play for a well-established football club, with a senior team that plays in the Vanarama National League North, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your details, and we'll be in touch.

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Blues Bank £££ as Beatson & Willis Depart

Blues Bank £££ as Beatson & Willis Depart

Gainsborough Trinity FC can today confirm that we have accepted an offer for goalkeeper, George Willis and defender Brad Beatson from Boston United. At the end of last season, chairman Richard Kane & boss Dave Frecklington offered both players terms of re-engagement, in an attempt to keep them both at the football club, for a further season.

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Transfer Update

Transfer Update

Jack Mcgovern and Cecil Nyoni have agreed terms to stay at the club for next season. "Really pleased as both were superb in the great escape and deserve a crack at a full pre-season to compete for a place in the team. Cecil along with Shane brings us some real physicality and aggression and Jack adds quality and loves to get forward, his energy is a real asset to the group and has an eye for scoring important goals".

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Frecks' Rebuild Continues at Pace

Frecks Rebuild Continues at Pace

On his return from a pre-arranged holiday, Gainsborough Trinity manager Dave Frecklington wasted little time in unveiling a further two new signings to bolster his side that avoided relegation from the National League North on a dramatic final day.

The Blues’ boss has strengthened his midfield and attacking options with the latest two captures. Craig King a forward, who can play anywhere across the front line, signs from Salford City. Salford City losing out over two legs to promoted FC Halifax Town. The second addition is that of Shane Clarke, the midfielder who returns to the club for a second spell, arriving from Lincolnshire rivals Boston United.

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Jonathan Wafula Signs

Jonathan Wafula Signs

The preparations ahead of the 2017/18 season continued at pace, with the arrival of Jonathan Wafula, who signed last night, having finished the season at Shaw Lane. It was at Shaw Lane where he helped them win the Evo-Stick Division One, South title by six points from Witton Albion. An attacking midfielder, with an eye for goal, Jonathon has aspirations of playing at the highest level possible, having spent three years in non-league football, since leaving Chesterfield where he was a scholar.

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