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.

Generous New Sponsor

Generous New Sponsor

We’re delighted to announce another generous sponsor; this time it’s Clock House, who have sponsored the management team’s matchday kit. The Clock House is Gainsborough’s newest coffee house and eatery. Offering first class drink and food in a relaxed contemporary setting.

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Bradford Park Avenue Preview

Bradford Park Avenue Preview

Following Gainsborough’s resilient point on the road to Spennymoor Town, Trinity look to push on as Bradford Park Avenue visit the Martin & Co Arena. With a chance to make it seven points from three matches, The Holy Blue’s manager Dave Frecklington admitted it is a great chance to extend our unbeaten run.

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Ben Gordon Signs For The Holy Blues

Ben Gordon Signs For The Holy Blues

Dave Frecklington has bolstered his defence options with the signing of Ben Gordon ahead of the club’s trip to Spennymoor Town in the Vanarama National League North tomorrow afternoon. Twenty-six year old full back, Gordon started his career as a youth at Leeds United, where he gained international recognition, appearing for England at Schoolboy level, up to u20 whilst at current Premier League Champions, Chelsea. During his time at Chelsea, he went out on loan a number of times to clubs of the calibre of Scunthorpe, Peterborough and Birmingham City.

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Gainsborough Trinity 2 North Ferriby 0

Gainsborough Trinity 2 North Ferriby 0

Gainsborough Trinity secured their second win of the season against a North Ferriby side that didn’t really threaten the Holy Blues’ at the Martin & Co Arena. First half goals from Michael Jacklin and Nathan Jarman were enough to see off the Humberside outfit in the bank holiday clash.

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Alfreton Town Match Preview

Alfreton Town Match Preview

Gainsborough Trinity will look to respond from Tuesday’s disappointing defeat to Bradford Park Avenue. Trinity travel down to Alfreton Town on Saturday hoping to bounce back from the mid-week clash and gain some momentum going into another hectic month. Alfreton Town currently sit in eleventh place in the National League North Table, and after a steady start to the season, will look to be pushing on and reaching the play-offs. Confidence will certainly be high at the Impact Arena, as Alfreton are currently unbeaten in three games. Winning against Curzon Ashton and Leamington, whilst drawing away to Nuneaton, Alfreton have had a positive run and will hope to extend that on Saturday.

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Spennymoor Town 1 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Spennymoor Town 1 Gainsborough Trinity 1

Gainsborough Trinity earned a hard-fought point against National League North new boys Spennymoor Town, drawing 1-1 at Brewery Field. Moors’ captain Joseph Tait had a real Jekyll & Hyde performance scoring an own goal and then the equaliser.

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Spennymoor Town Match Preview

Spennymoor Town Match Preview

Following The Holy Blues’ emphatic 2-0 win over North Ferriby, attentions turn to this Saturday’s clash, which sees Gainsborough travel up the A1 to National League North newcomers Spennymoor Town, who have certainly stamped their mark on the League. Talking to Gainsborough Trinity TV on Monday after the win over North Ferriby, boss Dave Frecklington highlighted just how vital the win was, especially when rival clubs continue to struggle picking up valuable points.

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Gainsborough Trinity Double Header

This week The Holy Blues face two tricky tests in quick succession, firstly an away trip to Stockport County which is shortly followed with a local affair as Trinity welcome North Ferriby United to the Martin & Co Arena. Talking to Gainsborough Trinity TV, Trinity manager Dave Frecklington was left bamboozled, as The Lads suffered another heavy 5-4 defeat against Harrogate Town.

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