Glenavon 3-0 Ballinamallard

The Lurgan Blues gained their first victory of the season over the Fermanagh Blues, with a resounding 3-0 home win. Andy Hall opened the scoring in the first half, and then Guy Bates and Greg Moorhouse added in the second half. We also wish Club Captain James McKenna a speedy recovery after he broke his collarbone during the match.

Ballinamallard 1-0 Cliftonville

It was backs against the wall at times, but Ballinamallard recorded their second victory over Cliftonville in their Premier League existence. You have to go back to September 2012 for a victory at Solitude, but the Mallards had never beaten the Reds at Ferney Park. Ex-Mallard Chris Curran Captained Cliftonville, who perhaps shaded a reasonable even first half. Richard Brush was vital to keeping the score level, when he clawed out a Jude Winchester header on 44 minutes. Brush was called into action immediately at the start of the second half again, but it was the home side who took the lead. Shane McGinty made good progress before moving the ball to Ryan Mayse, who netted in off the left upri

Sportsman service

Our Club Chaplain, Rev Brian Harper, will be hosting another Sportsman Church Service on Sunday 19th February at Magheracross Parish Church, starting at 7pm. All are welcome to attend.

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