Half Time: Vauxhall Motors 2 Gainsborough Trinity 0
Despite a good opening to their new season, it all went wrong in a disappointing first half for Gainsborough Trinity.
Bradley Barraclough had almost put Trinity ahead after just six minutes, when Simon Russell found him in the Vauxhall area.
But his first time shot was saved down low by Zac Jones in the Motors'goal.
Trinity put together the best move of the game after 12 minutes, but it could only earn them a corner, which Michael Leary headed just wide of the post.
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The home side's fortunes improved as the rain came. Ellams' free-kick was superbly saves by Phil Barnes, but it was a warning of the quality the midfielder possesses, when minutes later he turned and fired into the top corner from the edge of the area.
A disjointed Trinity rarely threatened as the half went on and the home side doubled their lead five minutes from the half time break.
This time it was Karl Noon who beat Barnes from distance with a superbly flighted chip from 25 yards out.
It's a big job for the Trinity management to turn this around in the second half.