Match Results & Reports

Here you'll find all the latest match reports for Gainsborough Trinity fixtures. To view more latest news from Gainsborough Trinity, please see our news section.

2015/2016 Match Results

Updated on Tuesday 3rd May 2016 at 16:15.

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Droylsden 3 Gainsborough Trinity 4

Droylsden 3 Gainsborough Trinity 4

Trinity survived a late scare to advance to the final round of qualifying for the FA Cup. The Blues held a three goal half time lead before Droylsden forced an almighty comeback to draw level, only for Matt Wilson to score a last minute winner.

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Gainsborough Trinity 0 Tamworth FC 2

Gainsborough Trinity 0 Tamworth FC 2

Gainsborough suffered their first home defeat of the season as Tamworth struck twice in the first half to claim the points. Goals from Elliott Durrell and Stephen Tomassen stretched the Lambs own unbeaten run this term. Gainsborough boss Steve Housham made three changes from the defeat by Nuneaton, with 18 year old midfielder Cameron Rigby making his first start for the club.

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Brackley Town 3 Gainsborough Trinity 2

Brackley Town 3 Gainsborough Trinity 2

A second half comeback was not enough for the Blues, as they came from two goals down to level, before a late Pablo Mills winner for Brackley Town. The goal was the second of the game and bookended the match for the defender as the Saints moved to within two points of the Blues after starting the day in the relegation zone.

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Gainsborough Trinity 0 Stockport County 1

Gainsborough suffered their first defeat in three games as their winning streak came to an end at the hands of Stockport County. A second half Micah Evans header was enough to take the points back to Edgeley Park as both sides missed several decent chances. The Blues started the game by naming the same lineup which defeated Boston and Gloucester by two goals.

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Nuneaton Town 2 Gainsborough Trinity 0

Nuneaton Town 2 Gainsborough Trinity 0

A goal in each half condemned Gainsborough to defeat in their trip to Nuneaton. Strikes from Aaron Williams and Shane Byrne were enough for the hosts as Trinity struggled to deal with conditions at Liberty Way. Gainsborough started the game with their first choice centre back pairing returning to action. Adam Quinn and Jake Picton had missed the last two games. Matt Wilson who had deputised at the heart of the defence, injured his back in training in the week and to compound that Stephen Brogan, who was meant to start at left back, injured a groin in the warm up.

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