Club pennants are now available priced £15 each. The A4 sized pennant is made from velvet satin material with beechwood ends and would make an excellent gift with Christmas on the horizon. Contact Club Secretary Richard McBride on 07984975508 to purchase.
It was the clash of last years two relegated Premier League teams at Ferney Park and it was Carrick who prevailed. The visitors hit the front on 24 minutes when Michael Smith tapped in front close range after John Connolly had initially saved Martin Murray's shot. Smith should have scored again 2 minutes later when he rounded goalkeeper Connolly but Ryan O'Reilly was back in time to clear off the line. On the stroke of half time it was the tale of two incidents. First Ross Ta
The U-13 BKYL Cup final was contested at Youth Sport Omagh last night and in an entertaining game the Mallards prevailed to lift the cup with goals from James Taylor and Harvey Thompson. Alfie Coulter stepped into goals at short notice for Ballinamallard to replace Jamie Keys who was unfortunate to miss out through illness and showed his versatility with a good performance. In the opening exchanges both teams started well but were restricted to long range efforts which didn't
It was another afternoon of frustration for Harry McConkey's troops against a resilient, physical and determined Knockbreda. The home side tried to play their normal passing game but were thwarted at every opportunity with goalkeeper Smyth rarely tested. Zach Barr netted the only goal of the match on 78 minutes. He and goalkeeper John Connolly, who also had a quiet afternoon, raced towards a through ball with both going to ground. Connolly seemed to have the ball but Barr swi
Another reminder tonight of just how tough the Bluefin Sport Championship will be this season. Thomas Robinson gave the home side the lead on 22 minutes shooting through a crowded penalty area but Ryan Campbell almost equalised a minute later only to be denied by the post. Both sides were playing a competitive game and John Connolly had to be alert for Ballinamallard to deny the Comrades a second as half time approached. Unfortunately on the stroke of half time Jason Johnston
"Daylight robbery" is how Ports boss Matthew Tipton described his sides win at Ferney Park today. Having battled all the way, and fully deserving of a point if not more, the Mallards were dealt the cruelest of blows with Kevin Branniff striking a 95th minute winner. Ryan Campbell was the first to go closest, hitting the post after 5 minutes, but 2 minutes later Portadown took the lead in the game when Jamie Douglas nipped in to capitalise after the Mallards failed to clear a