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Day 1 at the Barcelona Cup could not have gone better for the young Mallards!! Ballinamallard United 1 v 0 Semente Futura Yoorin (Brazil) In their opening match Ballinamallard faced Brazilian opposition and got off to a perfect start with an early goal from Sean Corry allowing the Mallards to settle. Despite having other first half chances and the larger share of possession the lead was not extended. In the second half Ballinamallard came under pressure but held out superbly
It was a brave battling performance from the Mallards but in the end they came up just short. Richard Brush pulled off a string of stops in the first half to keep the score level before substitute Matthew Snoddy flicked in the opener on 70 minutes. Snoddy added another in the final minute of the match to give the Crues all 3 points. We can't dwell on the result though, as we are off to the league leaders Coleraine on Tuesday evening. FT U20s 2-4 Crusaders Reserves (Coalter &
Gavin Dykes got the response he wanted from his players with a deserved first win of the season at Ferney Park. Matty Smyth and Jonny Leddy both netted their first senior goals for Ballinamallard in a dominant first half performance which laid the foundations for the win. Smyth headed in from close range on 5 minutes before Jonny Leddy scored a wonderful long range shot mid way through the first half. It wasn't all plain sailing though, and Richard Brush had to be alert to de
It was heartbreak again for Ballinamallard with defeat on Friday away to Warrenpoint Town. In a very even first half, it was the Point who held a narrow lead after Darren Murray put them in front. Shane McGinty looked to have rescued a point for the Mallards with 7 minutes remaining, only for new signing Alan Davidson to score a winner in the 88th minute.
Three second half goals from David Healy's men sent them into the next round of the Bet McLean League Cup at Ferney Park this evening. The Mallards produced a confident first half performance and dominated possession for periods, albeit Linfield created the better chances with Richard Brush denying Aaron Burns twice. Stuart Hutchinson headed over the Mallards best chance of the half when well placed. The away side broke the deadlock on 58 minutes when Linfield's Joshua Robins
Despite being the better side for the majority of the match today, the Mallards were hit by a sucker punch with 5 minutes remaining in the game. However the turning point was being reduced to 10 men when McIlwaine was sent off for two yellow cards and two rash challenges just before half time. Ryan Curran went close on several occasions, Jonny Leddy had a header cleared off the line and Hogg produced a magnificant save to deny Matty Smyth but with 5 minutes to go, Jonny Fraze