David Jeffrey's side took the 3 points at Ferney Park this afternoon. Leroy Miller put them ahead early on before Tony Kane scored a penalty to give the visitors a two nil half time lead. Friel added a third in the second half whilst Joshua McIlwaine scored his first of the season for what turned out to be a mere consolation. Derek Sharpe's U20s faired better with a 4-3 away win, having been 3-2 behind with minutes to go. The goalscorers were Martin 2, Quinn and Stohlberger.
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We are delighted to announce that Ballinamallard United has been awarded the McDonald's Club Mark for 2017. The scheme in association with the IFA certifies the highest standards ensuring appropriate policies and procedures, good practice and the maintenance of high standards. All Coaches are vetted via Access NI and suitably qualified with a clear development plan also in place for the club. Well done to Derek Sharpe who led on the application, assisted by Robert, Hazel, Eri
After consultation with the PSNI, NIFL and the local Council, the spectator stands will now be reversed to as they first were, meaning home fans will occupy the Fisher Stand and away fans will occupy the Village Stand. The main seated stand remains mixed.
Jordan Stewart completed a hat trick with Mark Haughey heading in a fourth to condemn Ballinamallard to another defeate. The midfielder scored his first before half time, and despite a brighter start to the second half for the Mallards, Stewart ended any hopes they had by adding a second on 60 minutes. Stewart hit his third on 65 and Haughey added another in the final minutes.
Paul Heatley scored a hat trick to help Crusaders to five victories from six so far in 2017/18, with Jordan Owens and Philip Lowry adding. The away side held a 2-0 lead at the break and when Ryan Curran weaved his way through the Crusaders defence and scored past Jenson it looked to be game on at Ferney, but Stephen Baxter's men put that to bed within a minute by restoring their two goal lead, before adding a further two. Next up for both Ballinamallard and Crusaders are Linf
The Mallards are still searching for their first win of the season after this derby defeat by the Swifts. Captain Ryan Harpur volleyed in on 43 minutes when he got on the end of a deflected McMahon shot, and ex-Mallard Ryan Mayse made it 2-0 on 73 minutes with a curling effort from outside the box.