Hannah sees red as Trinity are beaten

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Striker Ross Hannah was sent off for a late challenge as Gainsborough Trinity lost 1-0 at South Shields.

Hannah saw red in the 31st minute and the home side took the lead on half-time when David Foley rounded keeper Jon Stewart to score from a tight angle.

Neil Austin hit the woodwork as Trinity tried to find an equaliser.

Manager Lee Sinnott said: “It was quite a tight game, but I was not happy with the performance even before the sending off.

“They had too much time on the ball.

“What I asked for before the game was not shown.

“I was annoyed on several accounts.”