VIDEO: Late Darryn Stamp goal moves Gainsborough Trinity off the foot of the table
Birthday boy Darren Stamp hit a last-gasp goal to seal all three points at Leamington and move his side off the foot of the table.
The Gainsborough Trinity assistant boss left it late before hitting the winner, a fitting way to mark his 35th birthday. Stamp, who came on as a second half substitute, was the first to react after a superb long-range strike from Simon Russell saw the ball come back off the post and Stamp gratefully hammered home the rebound in the 88th minute.
Gainsborough started the better of the two sides, but it was the hosts who forced the first real chance, with Trinity’s Phil Barnes making a fine save.
Leamington hit the bar through an Elliot Sandy header and Lee Moore was twice denied by Tom Ward who did well to block goal-bound shots.
Lee Chilton was also unlucky for the home side when his header struck the Trinity post before Stamp sealed the win for his side.