Lincolnshire derby

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Lincolnshire Derby
Lincs Derby
Lincolnshire Flag
Lincolnshire flag
City or region Lincolnshire
Teams involved Boston United, Gainsborough Trinity, Grimsby Town, Lincoln City, Scunthorpe United
First contested 3 January 1884
Grimsby Town vs. Lincoln City[1]
11 December 1886
Lincoln City vs.
Gainsborough Trinity
[2]
25 December 1951
Grimsby Town vs. Scunthorpe United[3]
23 August 1950
Lincoln City v Scunthorpe United[4]
27 December 1993
Boston United v Gainsborough Trinity[5]
10 August 2004
Grimsby Town v Boston United[6]
5 September 1896
Grimsby Town v Gainsborough Trinity[7]
29 November 1930
Gainsborough Trinity v Scunthorpe United [8]
22 November 1975
Lincoln City v Boston United [9]
21 November 1953
Scunthorpe United v Boston United[10]
Most wins Grimsby Town (85)
Most recent meeting 26 December 2013
Lincoln City 0–2 Grimsby Town
Largest victory 21 November 1953[11]
Scunthorpe United 9–0 Boston United

The Lincolnshire Derby, also known as the Lincs Derby, is the footballing rivalry between the teams in the ceremonial county of Lincolnshire, England: Lincoln City, Boston United, Gainsborough Trinity, Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United.

History[edit]

Blundell Park,
Home of Grimsby Town since 1898.
Sincil Bank,
Home of Lincoln City since 1895.
Glanford Park,
Home of Scunthorpe Utd since 1988
York Street,
Home of Boston United since 1933.
The Northolme,
Home of Gainsborough Trinity since 1873.

The derby was contested on 3 January 1884 when Grimsby Town played Lincoln City[12] at Clee Park in Grimsby. Grimsby won the game 1-0. Scunthorpe United's first game was a 1-0 away defeat to Gainsborough Trinity in 1930. Trinity debuted themselves in 1886 against Lincoln City in a 2-2 draw in the FA Cup. Boston United debuted in 1953 with a 9-0 defeat against Scunthorpe United, which is the record score from a Lincolnshire derby.

In recent years the derby has tended to be between Grimsby Town and Lincoln City, due to them both playing in Football League Two and the Conference National and Gainsborough Trinity versus Boston United in the Conference North. Grimsby and Lincoln have faced each other in tiers 2nd to 5th of the English football league system, making this rivalry the most enduring.

The most recent derby took place on Boxing day 26 December 2012 with Grimsby Town beating Lincoln City 1-4 at Sincil Bank, Lincolnshire.[13]

Games between Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United are also called and noted as the Humber Derby, which is a separate local rivalry shared between themselves and Hull City from the north bank of the Humber estuary. Other Lincolnshire clubs also have minor derbys which are contested between the likes of Grantham Town, Spalding United, Lincoln United, Sleaford Town, Holbeach United, Boston Town, Stamford, Grimsby Borough, Louth Town, Bourne Town, Lincoln Moorlands Railway, Skegness Town, Cleethorpes Town and Nettleham, but all clubs play in divisions lower than the 6th tier of English football. In addition the five original teams are the only teams from the county who have ever played in the Football League.

Games played in the pre-season tournament the Lincolnshire Senior Cup do not count as Lincs derby as games in the competition aren't viewed as competitive fixtures.

Statistics and facts[edit]

Facts[edit]

  • Most successful team in a Lincolnshire derby: Grimsby Town (85 wins)
  • Most goals scored in Lincolnshire derbys: Grimsby Town (325 goals)
  • Most goals conceded in Lincolnshire derbys: Lincoln City (350 goals)
  • Most successful team from Lincolnshire: Grimsby Town (7 league titles, 1 domestic cup victory, 39 pre-season cup victories)
  • Largest victory in a Lincolnshire derby: Scunthorpe United 9-0 Boston United (21 November 1953)
  • Oldest team in Lincolnshire: Gainsborough Trinity (1873)
  • Least successful team in a Lincolnshire derby: Boston United (15 wins)
  • Club with most time spent in top tier of English football: Grimsby Town (12 seasons)
  • Club with most time spent in second tier of English football: Grimsby Town (49 seasons)
  • First club to play at Wembley Stadium: Brigg Town (1985)
  • Team with most appearances at Wembley Stadium: Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United (4 times)
  • Team with most appearances at the Millennium Stadium: Lincoln City (2 times)
  • Largest attendance in Lincolnshire: 31,651, Grimsby Town v Wolverhampton Wanderers (FA Cup, 20 February 1937)
  • Most successful team in the FA Cup: Grimsby Town (two semi-final appearances)
  • Most successful team in the League Cup: Grimsby Town (Round 6)
  • Most successful team in the Football League Trophy: Grimsby Town (winners, once in 1998)
  • Most successful team in the Lincolnshire Senior Cup: Grimsby Town (winners, 38 times)

Goals scored[edit]

Statistics up-to-date as of 15 January 2013
Position Club Goals
1 Grimsby Town 325
2 Lincoln City 317
3 Scunthorpe United 171
4 Gainsborough Trinity 114
5 Boston United 55

Goals conceded[edit]

Statistics up-to-date as of 15 January 2013
Position Club Goals
1 Lincoln City 350
2 Grimsby Town 242
3 Scunthorpe United 196
4 Gainsborough Trinity 123
5 Boston United 63

Total results[edit]

Grimsby Town vs. Lincoln City

Competition Grimsby Town wins Draws Lincoln City wins
League & Cup 47 29 28

Grimsby Town vs. Scunthorpe United

Competition Grimsby Town wins Draws Scunthorpe United wins
League & Cup 25 17 14

Lincoln City vs. Scunthorpe United

Competition Lincoln City wins Draws Scunthorpe Utd wins
League & Cup 29 19 25

Boston United vs. Gainsborough Trinity

Competition Boston United wins Draws Gainsborough Trinity wins
League & Cup 9 5 6

Lincoln City vs. Gainsborough Trinity

Competition Lincoln City wins Draws Gainsborough Trinity wins
League & Cup 16 8 10

Grimsby Town vs. Gainsborough Trinity

Competition Grimsby Town wins Draws Gainsborough Trinity wins
League & Cup 10 6 10

Scunthorpe United vs. Gainsborough Trinity

Competition Scunthorpe United wins Draws Gainsborough Trinity wins
League & Cup 0 0 1

Boston United vs. Lincoln City

Competition Boston United wins Draws Lincoln City wins
League & Cup 3 4 4

Scunthorpe United vs. Boston United

Competition Scunthorpe United wins Draws Boston United wins
League & Cup 2 2 3

Boston United vs. Grimsby Town

Competition Boston United wins Draws Grimsby Town wins
League & Cup 0 3 3

Club ladder[edit]

Below is a list of all notable football clubs in the ceremonial county of Lincolnshire. The ladder is in order of what division clubs are in to what level. The current tier indicates what level the club compete at in the English football league system, the Highest tier box represents the highest tier that club has played their football at. The list also includes defunct clubs.

Position Club Current Tier Highest Tier Current League Name District
1 Scunthorpe United 4 2 Football League Two North Lincolnshire
2 Grimsby Town 5 1 Conference National North East Lincolnshire
3 Lincoln City 5 2 Conference National Lincoln
4 Gainsborough Trinity 6 2 Conference North West Lindsey
5 Boston United 6 4 Conference North Boston
6 Grantham Town 7 6 Northern Premier League Premier Division South Kesteven
7 Brigg Town 8 7 Northern Premier League Division One South North Lincolnshire
8 Lincoln United 8 7 Northern Premier League Division One South Lincoln
9 Stamford 8 7 Northern Premier League Division One South South Kesteven
10 Spalding United 9 7 United Counties League Premier Division South Holland
11 Boston Town 9 9 United Counties League Premier Division Boston
12 Deeping Rangers 9 9 United Counties League Premier Division South Kesteven
13 Blackstones 9 9 United Counties League Premier Division South Kesteven
14 Lincoln Moorlands Railway 9 9 Northern Counties East League Premier Division Lincoln
15 Sleaford Town 9 9 United Counties League Premier Division North Kesteven
16 Winterton Rangers 9 9 Northern Counties East League Premier Division North Lincolnshire
17 Barton Town Old Boys 9 9 Northern Counties East League Premier Division North Lincolnshire
18 Holbeach United 9 9 United Counties League Premier Division South Holland
19 Louth Town 10 10 Northern Counties East League Division One East Lindsey
20 Grimsby Borough 10 10 Northern Counties East League Division One North East Lincolnshire
21 Bourne Town 10 8 United Counties League Division One South Kesteven
22 Appleby Frodingham 10 10 Northern Counties East League Division One North Lincolnshire
23 Harrowby United 10 10 United Counties League Division One South Kesteven
24 Bottesford Town 10 10 Northern Counties East League Division One North Lincolnshire
25 Cleethorpes Town 10 10 Northern Counties East League Premier Division North East Lincolnshire
26 Long Sutton Athletic 12 10 Peterborough & District Football League Division One South Holland
27 Nettleham 12 10 Lincolnshire League West Lindsey
28 Skegness Town 12 10 Lincolnshire League East Lindsey
29 Louth United - 10 club is now defunct East Lindsey

Last 20 meetings[edit]

Season Competition Venue Game Date Home Scorers Away Scorers
2013–14 Conference National Blundell Park Grimsby Town 1-1 Lincoln City 1 January 2014 Thomas (OG) Disley
2013–14 Conference National Sincil Bank Lincoln City 0–2 Grimsby Town 26 December 2013 Hannah, Disley
2013–14 FA Cup Glanford Park Scunthorpe United 1–2 Grimsby Town 19 November 2013 Hawkridge John-Lewis, McDonald
2013–14 Conference North The Northolme Gainsborough Trinity 0–1 Boston United 12 November 2013 Miller
2013–14 FA Cup Blundell Park Grimsby Town 0–0 Scunthorpe United 9 November 2013
2012–13 Conference North The Northolme Gainsborough Trinity 2–2 Boston United 2 February 2013 Hone, Yates Newsham, Milnes
2012–13 Conference National Blundell Park Grimsby Town 1–1 Lincoln City 1 January 2013 Miller Power
2012–13 Conference National Sincil Bank Lincoln City 1–4 Grimsby Town 26 December 2012 Power Cook, Boyce (OG), Disley, Colbeck
2012–13 Conference North York Street Boston United 2–1 Gainsborough Trinity 3 November 2012 Ross, Newsham Clarke
2011–12 Conference North York Street Boston United 1–2 Gainsborough Trinity 14 April 2012 Stainfield Mettam, Stamp
2011–12 Conference National Blundell Park Grimsby Town 3–1 Lincoln City 1 January 2012 Hearn, Coulson, Elding Taylor
2011–12 Conference National Sincil Bank Lincoln City 1–2 Grimsby Town 26 December 2011 Platt Garner, Hearn
2011–12 Conference North The Northolme Gainsborough Trinity 1–3 Boston United 19 November 2011 Clarke Milnes, Lee, Newsham
2010–11 Conference North The Northolme Gainsborough Trinity 0–3 Boston United 8 February 2011 Boyes, Sleath (2)
2010–11 Conference North York Street Boston United 1–3 Gainsborough Trinity 1 January 2011 Weir-Daley Kendall (2), Aiston
2009–10 Football League Two Blundell Park Grimsby Town 2–2 Lincoln City 20 February 2010 Peacock (2) Herd, Gilmour
2009–10 Football League Two Sincil Bank Lincoln City 0–0 Grimsby Town 21 November 2009
2008–09 Football League Two Blundell Park Grimsby Town 5–1 Lincoln City 7 March 2009 Adam Proudlock (3), Akpa Akpro, Boshell N'Guessan
2008–09 Football League Trophy Glanford Park Scunthorpe United 2–1 Grimsby Town 7 October 2008 Togwell, Morris Hegarty
2008–09 Football League Two Sincil Bank Lincoln City 1–1 Grimsby Town 30 August 2008 Frecklington Till

Players who played for both[edit]

The following lists include players who have made appearances for both Lincolnshire sides. If a player has been signed for both clubs but failed to play for both as in the case of Joby Gowshall[14] or Andy Smith[15] for Lincoln City and Grimsby Town then they are not included. If a player has played for one, but failed to make an appearance for the other, then he is included. Players do not necessarily have to have played in a Lincolnshire derby to be included in this section.

Grimsby Town and Lincoln City[edit]

Player Grimsby Town career Lincoln City career
Span League
apps
League
goals
Span League
apps
League
goals
Saint Lucia Keith Alexander 1988–1990 83 26 1990–1994 45 4
England Michael Appleton 1997 10 3 1995 4 0
England Ian Baraclough 1991–1992 1 0 1992–1994 73 10
Northern Ireland Kingsley Black 1996–2001 141 8 2000
2001–2002
5
32
0
5
England Matthew Bloomer 1997–2001
2006
2007
12
3
9
0
0
0
2003–2006 89 3
England Peter Bore 2006–2011 153 15 2012– 11 2
England Adam Buckley 1998–2001 15 0 2001–2003 34 0
England John Burridge 1995–1996 0 0 1993-1994 4 0
England John Cockerill 1988–1992 107 19 1980
1982
0
0
0
0
England Luke Cornwall 2001 10 4 2003 3 0
England Gary Croft 1992–1996
2005–2007
172
61
4
0
2007–2008 14 0
England Gary Crosby 1993 3 0 1986–1987 7 0
Scotland Bobby Cumming 1982–1987 365 58 1987–1988
1990–1991
25
4
12
0
England Tony Daws 1993–1994 16 1 1994–1996 51 13
England Matt Dickins 1994 0 0 1991–1992
1993
27
0
0
0
Wales Robert Duffy 2011–2012 52 8 2012– 3 0
England Anthony Elding 2011– 59 14 2009 15 3
Wales David Felgate 1985–1987 36 0 1980–1985 198 0
England Jimmy Fell 1956-1961 166 35 1963–1965 64 10
England Terry Fleming 2004–2005 43 2 1995–2000 183 8
England Rod Fletcher 1973–1975 12 1 1967–1971 90 29
England Steve Foley 1983–1985 34 2 1994–1995 16 0
England Jamie Forrester 1995–1997 50 7 2006–2008 90 35
England Ben Futcher 2006 22 0 2002–2005 126 14
England Scott Garner 2010–2012 31 3 2012– 5 0
England Dave Gilbert 1989–1995
1997
259
5
41
0
1981–1982 32 1
England Jimmy Gilligan 1985-1986 24 6 1982
1987
3
11
0
1
Scotland Martin Gritton 2004–2006 49 6 2006–2007 27 3
England Peter Grotier 1985–1986 1 0 1974–1980 263 0
England Paul Groves 1992–1996
1997–2004
184
270
38
33
1989 8 1
England Ian Hamilton 1999 6 1 2001–2002 26 0
England Gordon Hobson 1985-1986 52 18 1977–1985
1988–1990
272
61
73
23
England Archie Hubbard 1910–1912 1912–1913
England Phil Hubbard 1974–1975 1967–1971
England William Jeffrey 1880s 1880s
England Jason Lee 1997 7 2 1991–1993 93 21
England Gary Lund 1983–1986 60 24 1986–1987 44 13
Montserrat Junior Mendes 2006 15 0 2007 9 0
England Bobby Mitchell 1978–1982 1988–1989
England Andy Moore 1983–1987 65 1 1987–1988 35 1
Republic of Ireland George Moulson 194?–194? 193?–194?
England Marc North 1987–1989
1991–1992
67
1
17
0
1984–1985 4 0
England Walter Ponting 1930–1936 12 3 1938–1939 23 15
Wales Anthony Pulis 2006–2007 9 0 2009–2010 7 0
England Lee Ridley 2010–2011 39 0 2008 15 0
England Pip Rippon 1911–1920 121 37 1920–1922 33 10
England Jude Stirling 2010 4 0 2006 6 0
England Steve Stoutt 1988–1990 3 0 1990–1991 46 1
England Graham Taylor 1962–1968 189 2 1968–1972 150 1
England Tyrone Thompson 2011 3 1 2002
2011–2012
1
19
0
1
England Lee Thorpe 2004 6 0 1997–2002 192 57
Northern Ireland Ciaran Toner 2005–2008 94 14 2004–2005 15 2
England Ian Turner 1972–1974 26 0 1978 7 0
England Phil Turner 1986–1988 62 7 1979–1986 239 18
England John Ward 1981–1982 3 0 1970–1979
1982
240
1
91
0
England Malcolm White 1958–1963 65 0 1964–1965 25 0

Grimsby Town and Scunthorpe United[edit]

Player Grimsby Town career Scunthorpe United career
Span League
apps
League
goals
Span League
apps
League
goals
England John Ackroyd 1923 1920–1921
England Ian Baraclough 1991–1992 1 0 2004–2008 134 9
England Frank Barton 1973–1976 123 15 1964–1968 93 26
England Terry Barwick 2005–2006 8 0 2000–2005 46 1
England Peter Beagrie 2006 9 0 2001–2006 172 34
Scotland Mike Brolly 1976–1982 257 27 1983–1985 95 15
England Andy Butler 2006 4 0 2002–2008 134 15
England Paris Cowan-Hall 2010 3 0 2010-2011 1 0
England Steve Croudson 1998–2003
2010–
6
8
0
0
2001 4 0
England Tony Daws 1993–1994 16 0 1987–1993 183 63
England Billy Duff 1960 3 0 1958–1960 0 0
England Ashley Fickling 1995–1998 39 2 1998–2001 69 1
England Rod Fletcher 1973–1975 12 1 1971–1973 98 30
England Tony Ford 1975–1986
1991–1994
355
68
55
3
1994–1996 76 9
England Jamie Forrester 1995–1997 41 6 1997–1999 101 37
England Dave Gilbert 1989–1995
1997
259
5
41
0
1982 1 0
England Paul Groves 1992–1996
1997–2004
184
270
38
33
2004 13 3
England Ian Hamilton 1999 6 1 1988–1992 145 18
England David Harney 1962-1967 60 10 1967–1969 52 8
England Paul Harsley 1995–1997 0 0 1997–2001 128 5
England Mark Hine 1984–1986 22 1 1991–1992 22 2
Denmark Morten Hyldgaard 2001 0 0 1999 5 0
England Michael Jeffrey 2000–2002 47 2 2002 6 1
England Rob Jones 2004–2006 60 5 2009–2011 42 2
England Ian Knight 1989–1992 21 2 1989 2 0
England Brian Laws 1994-1996 46 2 1997
1998
18 0
England Mike Lester 1977–1979 48 10 1983–1986 106 9
England Josh Lillis 2009 4 0 2006–2012 39 0
England Shaleum Logan 2007 5 2 2007 4 0
Trinidad and Tobago Clint Marcelle 2004 4 0 1999 10 0
England Steve Mildenhall 2005-2006 46 0 2012 9 0
New Zealand Dave Mulligan 2007 6 0 2006–2008 24 1
England Jimmy Neil 1994–1997 2 0 1997–1999 7 0
England Tom Newey 2005–2009 147 3 2012– 24 0
England Marc North 1987–1989
1991–1992
87
1
17
0
1986 5 2
England Malcolm Partridge 1974–1979 138 25 1979–1982 97 21
Northern Ireland Martin Paterson 2006–2007 15 6 2007–2008 40 13
England Andy Pettinger 2002–2004 3 0 1999–2000 0 0
England Michael Rankine 2012- 4 0 2004–2005 21 4
England Lee Ridley 2010–2011 39 0 2000–2007 100 2
England Craig Shakespeare 1993–1997 106 10 1997–1998 4 0
Scotland Dave Shearer 1983–1984 4 0 1988 16 7
Wales Bobby Smith 1967–1968 52 1 1965–1967 82 12
England Mark Smith 1991–1993 77 4 1985–1986
1993–1995
1
62
0
8
England Dick Taylor 1938–1948 36 0 1948–1954 131 2
England Robert Taylor 2002
2002–2003
4
1
1
1
2003 9 0
England Peter Till 2006–2009 72 4 2005–2006 7 0
England Liam Trotter 2008 15 2 2009 12 1
England Jimmy Whitfield 1946–1949 29 7 1949–1951
1952–1955
16
104
6
25
England Ron Wigg 1974–1976 63 12 1977–1979 50 7
Northern Ireland Peter Winn 2012 10 0 2006–2010 4 0
England Neil Woods 1990–1998 228 48 1998 2 0
England Andrew Wright 2010
2012
9
4
1
1
2008–2012 87 0

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