Gainsborough Trinity 0-2 Stalybridge Celtic
Gainsborough Trinity are still searching for their first win after falling to a 2-0 defeat at home to Stalybridge Celtic.
Second-half goals from Adam Pepper and Sean McConville sealed the win to leave Trinity rock bottom of the Skrill North ahead of their Bank Holiday Monday clash at Histon.
Blues defender Greg Young had an early chance to give the hosts the lead when he headed on three minutes.
Stalybridge responded with McConville testing Trinity goalkeeper Phil Barnes. Barnes was beaten by Lewis Hatch just before the break, but Gainsborough skipper Michael Leary was on hand to clear the ball off the line.
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After the restart Trinity threatened with Simon Russell thundering a shot against the cross bar.
However, seconds later Pepper produced a snap shot from 12 yards out to opening the scoring.
On 60 minutes the visitors doubled their lead. Joel Bembo-Leta pounced on a mistake from centre-back Tom Ward before laying off for McConville to strike and wrap up the win.