Ballinamallard 1-2 Linfield

Stephen Lowry re-ignited the title race with a spectacular late winner at Ferney Park on Saturday. In an enthralling game, either side could have claimed victory, but with Crusaders losing it offered Linfield the chance to close the gap at the top which they did. The Mallards took a first half lead with Ryan Curran netting his first goal for the club, whilst Ryan Mayse seen two efforts well saved by Gareth Deane. His opposite number Richard Brush also had to pull off a few good stops, whilst Niall Quinn headed over a glorious chance for the Belfast Blues. Linfield drew level early in the second half with substitute Aaron Burns converting a Waterworth cross from close range. Both sides had ef

Crusaders 3-1 Ballinamallard

The Mallards made their debut on Sky Sports on Monday night, and despite taking the lead, they ended up on the losing side. The Fermanagh side have a poor record against the reigning Champions and it looked like an upset may be on the cards when Shane McGinty gave us a first half lead. However the North Belfast side showed their class in the second half with some quality goals. First, Jordan Owens converted a David Cushley cross, then Paul Heatley provided two displays of magic to seal victory against a youthful Ballinamallard.

Post split fixtures announced

The NIFL has announced the post split fixtures to finish the 2016/17 season. As expected the Mallards have 4 home games and 1 away as follows; Sat 8th April - Glentoran (H) Sat 15th April - Portadown (A) Tue 18th April - Dungannon (H) Sat 22nd April - Ards (H) Sat 29th April - Carrick Rangers (H)

Kids for a QUID vs Crusaders!

Crusaders FC has announced that their game at home against Ballinamallard on Monday 20th March, which is live on Sky Sports, will have a number of promotions available. Admission for adults to the match has been declared 'pay what you want', with a minimum of £5 accepted for entry to the match, whilst all kids with a paying adult will gain admittance for £1! Furthermore, all Ballinamallard Youth players who turn up to the game in their tracksuit will gain FREE admission! Our supporters club will be running a bus to the game priced £10 per head, and for further info and to book your place, please contact Basil Wallace or Johnny Hance.

Ards 2-0 Ballinamallard

Ards gained their first victory over Ballinamallard in 2016/17, with a Friday night victory in Bangor. Previously the Mallards had beaten and drawn with Ards, but they were second best for the majority of this encounter and it was a deserved victory for Colin Nixon's men. Michael Ruddy put them ahead in the first half when he converted a penalty, before Keke netted a second half goal to seal victory. To make matters worse for Ballinamallard, both Stuart Hutchinson and Joshua McIlwaine limped off with injury.

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