Boston United 0 Gainsborough Trinity 2: Impressive Blues secure final spot against Imps
Gainsborough Trinity sealed a place in the final of the Lincolnshire Senior Cup with a deserved 2-0 victory at Boston United.
First half goals from former Boston striker Mark Jones and John Williams secured victory for Steve Housham’s side, who will play Lincoln City in the final.
Jones struck in the fifth minute after breaking into the Boston box. Home defender Stefan Galinski got the final touch as he desperately tried to clear, but the goal belonged to Jones who, out of respect to his former club, refused to celebrate.
Trinity were comfortable thereafter with Boston only creating half-chances. Pilgrims boss Dennis Greene made a tactical change four minutes before half-time with striker Spencer Weir-Daley replacing midfielder Ben Milnes.
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However, that did not fluster Trinity, who doubled their advantage on the stroke of half-time. John Williams was allowed to twist and turn on the edge of the box before his angled drive crept into the corner.
Boston improved in the second half.
Ricky Miller sent a shot whistling wide of Phil Barnes goal and was also denied by the Trinity stopper after being sent clean through. The rebound dropped to Marc Newsham who volleyed over.
Pilgrims: Timms, Bore, Galinski (Sanders 57), Garner, Piergianni, Lamplough, Mills (Fairclough 57), Milnes (Weir-Daley 41), Ross, Newsham, Miller. Sub not used: Reed.
Trinity: Barnes, Roma, Ward (Davis 64), Young, Lacey, J Williams, Russell, Leary, Barraclough, Jones, R Williams. Subs: Batty, Stamp, Park, Emery.