Boss Lee Sinnott admitted there would be changes at Gainsborough Trinity after their relegation.

Sinnott, who took over earlier this year, said: “The work starts now for next season. There will be change, but I am looking forward.

“We will have to reassess. Momentum is a big thing and the challenge is to assemble a squad that can be successful.”

Trinity dropped out of the National League North after seeing a two-goal lead wiped out in a 3-2 defeat at Telford.

“We had a 2-0 platform but then did not secure it,” said Sinnott. “(After they scored) It was one-way traffic and Telford had the better spring in their step.

“What happened takes a little bit of explaining. It was so disappointing for the great support we had.”

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