Latest Gainsborough Trinity News

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Foundation Secured with Double Boost

Foundation Secured with Double Boost

Following Sunday’s announcement that Liam King & Ross Hannah were to take the job on a permanent basis, following a hugely positive spell in interim charge at the club, the duo have moved quickly to tie down key members of the highly efficient defence.

Centre backs Nathan Stainfield and Joe Maguire yesterday evening committed to another season at the Martin & Co Arena, meeting with the management duo to pen new deals ahead of the 2019/20 season.

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2019/20 Management Duo Announced

2019/20 Management Duo Announced

The Gainsborough Trinity management team has been announced for the 2019/20 season. And the interim duo of Liam King and Ross Hannah have been entrusted with the reigns.

Following Liam’s desire to take the job, should it be offered, Richard Kane was only too happy to complete the formalities and offer the interim duo of King and assistant (Ross) Hannah, the permanent managerial role at Gainsborough Trinity.

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Arrangements For Saturday's Game

Arrangements For Saturday's Game

We are expecting a large crowd, so highly recommend arriving at the Martin & Co Arena around 2pm. You can beat the queues by purchasing a ticket in advance online at: http://bit.ly/2Prnttg

Following advice from the police, the game will be segregated. The away supporters' entrance can be found on Northolme, next to the PING stand. Food and hot and cold drinks will be available inside the ground. No alcoholic beverages are allowed inside the ground, for home or away supporters.

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Gainsborough Trinity 0 Hednesford 0

Gainsborough Trinity 0 Hednesford 0

A seasonal high of 812 gathered at the Northolme on Good Friday to see a moody 0-0 stalemate, with two reds and a penalty that was not to be. A superb one touch exchange, started by Austin then continued by Hughes, Russell and Worsfold saw the cross charged down. However Hughes recycled the ball to Austin on the overlap and his first time cross was headed against the far post by Worsfold, only to see the latter flagged for offside.

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Worsfold First To Commit Future to the Club

Worsfold First To Commit Future To The Club

Ashley Worsfold is Gainsborough Trinity’s first player to commit to the club for the 2019/20 season, having signed for the club following the confirmation that Liam King and Ross Hannah were keen to take the job.

The news of the signing broke yesterday evening on Chairman Richard Kane’s Social Media account, the Blues’ supremo obviously delighted at the commitment of 22 goal Worsfold, for what will be his fourth season with the Holy Blues, having initially signed for the club under Dominic Roma.

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Gainsborough Trinity 0 South Shields 1

Gainsborough Trinity 0 South Shields 1

Roared on by 1312, a crowd that would have done National League North proud, the gladiators entered the arena to a cacophony of noise. Trinity and South Shields certainly contested this winner takes all encounter, an end of season opportunity, nay, cup final for both.

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Grantham Town 0 Gainsborough Trinity 2

Grantham Town 0 Gainsborough Trinity 2

The Brave Blues Baked the Gingerbreads to earn the Yellowbelly bragging rights on a below par battlefield roared on by another 200 plus following. The opening thirty-five minutes of this fiercely contested affair had been won by a pitch best suited to Lincolnshire root produce. It was route one with passing a lottery and The Blues just about shading things.

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Workington 0 Gainsborough Trinity 2

Workington 0 Gainsborough Trinity 2

On a pitch as hard as the elements - this far North you can taste the Scotch Eggs in the swirling wind - The Holy Blues play-off push continues to gather momentum at just the right time. Nervous Nantwich got the week off and, with Buxton faltering and Scarborough losing tremendous Trinity look the form side going into the play-off lottery. Additionally, Hannah and Wilson both delivered invaluable contributions with over 86 and 80 minutes respectively and, the back five earned their third clean sheet bonus in the last six games.

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