Gainsborough Trinity slip to sixth successive defeat against Stockport
Gainsborough Trinity slumped to their sixth successive defeat at Stockport County on Saturday.
Two goals from Phil Jevons helped Alan Lord to his first win after taking charge of the Hatters following the resignation of Ian Bogie.
Kristian Dennis put his side in front. Trinity keeper Phil Barnes saved his earlier attempt, but could do nothing about a neat left-foot shot on 41 minutes.
Jevons doubled the home side's lead after the break, heading home a perfect cross from Rhys Turner.
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Trinity's Mark Jones, on as a substitute, scored to give the Blues some hope, but a late penalty gave Jevons the opportunity to seal the win on 90 minutes.
The defeat leaves Trinity pointless and in a perilous position at the foot of the Skrill North table.
"It's very disappointing. There are a lot of very down lads which is only to be expected," said player coach Ryan Williams.
"But they should be, they should be hurting. We have to snap out of it quickly (losing run). There's only ourselves who can get us out of it. There were a few harsh things said in the dressing room after the game but I think they needed to be said."