The Holy Blues were on a fine run of form before their games fell foul to Covid-19 on March 14, 2020 as their away match at Bamber Bridge was the first of many to be postponed.
Curtis Woodhouse had lifted Gainsborough out of the relegation zone after a run of 12 wins from 23 games in all competitions which helped lift the club up to 11th place in The BetVictor Northern Premier Division.
Woodhouse’s hard work will go unrewarded however, as the Northern Premier Division declared the season null and void.
Chairman Richard Kane has had to adapt the clubs’ operations to ensure it can survive the Coronavirus pandemic financially.
He said: “Both the Government and League governing body have announced schemes to assist with the effects of this pandemic, however none of these schemes are operational.
“Without a shadow of a doubt, the football club will pursue each funding initiative as it becomes operational and hope to pay outstanding wages.”
Part of Kane’s appeal includes bringing forward opportunities for supporters and investors for next season.
He added: “We have taken the decision to bring forward the availability of a number of ticket packages, sponsorship opportunities and VIP experiences for our upcoming 2020/21 season to ensure we have the cash flow to fund our current contracts with suppliers and stakeholders.”
The club have also set-up a crowdfunding page after it was revealed they would not receive any of the FA’s EFL and National League clubs £125million support package.
Currently Trinity have managed to raise half of their target of £10,000 as of April 21, 2020.