Gainsborough Trinity maintain unbeaten run with 2-0 vicory over Harrogate
Gainsborough Trinity continued their unbeaten run with a hard-working 2-0 win over Harrogate Town at the Northolme.
Steve Housham's men were put under pressure early in the game with two free-kicks by Dave Merris and Craig Nelthorpe and then Liam Hardy’s long run was halted by a last ditch tackle by Trinity midfielder Simon Russell.
Phill Barnes was forced into action for Trinity as he just got his fingertips to Adam Bolder's effort.
But Trinity were resolute and it was the home side who broke the deadline.
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A deep corner by Jonathan Williams’ was headed back into the danger area by Darryn Stamp and Bradley Barraclough nodded in from close range.
On 37 minutes, Trinity had the chance to double their lead after Franks was judged to have brought down Liam Davis and Simon Russell gave Crook no chance from the penalty spot.
The second half saw Bolder and Brown begin to dominate the midfield and Bolder was narrowly wide when he picked up a weak punch from Barnes.
Trinity were reduced to isolated breakaways, but Stamp squandered a chance when he headed, ex Townie, Dan
Clayton’s cross wide.
Town threw everything at the home side in the closing stages, Cleveland Taylor’s deep cross was headed at Barnes by Hardy and Brown’s curling shot just missed the far post. Then Trinity keeper Barnes pulled out a superb save to keep out Beesley.
The last action of the match saw Barnes again save well from Worsfold.