Institute 2-0 Ballinamallard

A goal in each half, the latter in the 91st minute, sends Institute into the North West Senior Cup Final where they will meet Limavady. Harry McConkey made 8 changes from Saturday's starting line up allowing others to get valuable minutes under their belts. The Mallards did have a penalty shout turned away in the first half whilst both sides also managed to hit the post. Nathan Cashel also had a great chance to equalise late in the game when one on one with the Stute keeper, but he made a good stop. Best wishes to Institute in the Final.

Reserves exit the Junior Cup

Despite exiting the Fonacab Junior Cup in the third round, our young Reserves can be extremely proud of their performance in this historic fixture. Town started the game the stronger with goalkeeper Joshua Brownlee called to make several good stops, however as the half wore on the Reserves grew in confidence and were causing their opposition some trouble with their pace on the counter attack. On 24 minutes Jamal Tavares got himself in on goal but Town goalkeeper Gary Doherty was quick off his line to save at the feet on the striker. Simon Warrington found some joy on the flanks but the Mallards couldn't quite make it count in the final third and it remained goalless at the break. There was c

Ballinamallard 1-1 Dundela

Another hard earned point for the Mallards which extends their unbeaten run to 4 games. The visitors were dominant in the opening stages of the game, enjoying plenty of possession and took the lead on 13 minutes. Daniel Burns cross from the left was converted at close range by striker Carl McComb. The Duns should have extended their lead but David McMaster shot wide when well placed. As the half wore on the home start started to grow into the game and they equalised on 35. The Belfast side failed to clear Jay McCartney's corner and Joshua McIlwaine stabbed the ball home. Before half time Harry McConkey's men almost took the lead when Darragh McBrien beat goalkeeper Ryan McBride to a through

Santa Sunday (16/12)

Our annual Santa Sunday takes place this year on Sunday 16th in the Clubhouse, from 2pm. There will be balloon modelling, face painting and a sweet cart in addition to a visit from Santa himself. Best of all - the event is FREE!

PSNI 0-0 Ballinamallard

It's another point on the board for the Mallards as they continue their unbeaten run, and now move into tenth on goal difference. In truth the Mallards could have taken all the points, but a draw was perhaps the fairest outcome. The Reserves remain top of the Championship Development League after coming from behind to defeat Knockbreda Reserves. One nil down at the break, but they turned it around in the second half with goals from Jamal Tavares and Simon Warrington, on his return from injury. Well done all!

Carrick 1-3 Ballinamallard

Back to back wins have lifted Ballinamallard off the bottom of the Bluefin Sport Championship, one place ahead of Dergview with a game in hand. After an even and scoreless first half, Darragh McBrien, fresh from his man of the match award last Saturday, headed in the opening goal on 55 minutes. That sparked a purple patch for the Mallards with another two goals in four minutes! On 57 Ryan Campbell rounded goalkeeper Aaron Hogg to double the advantage and then on 59 McBrien rose highest to head in a corner. Indeed the away side could have went further ahead only for Joshua McIlwaine's chip being cleared off the line on 71. Carrick rung in the changes in the closing stages to try and salvage s

Eventsec North West Senior Cup

The draw for the Semi Finals of the Eventsec North West Senior Cup has been made as follows; Institute vs BALLINAMALLARD (Brandywell) Coleraine vs Limavady (Showgrounds) Ties will be played on Tuesday 27th November with a 7.45pm kick off. Admission is £6 and £4.

Ballinamallard 2-0 H&W Welders

Three points and a clean sheet is all that matters to Ballinamallard today as we collect our first win since the opening day of the season. The Welders shaded the first half proceedings although the Mallards had the best chance, with Ryan Brown denying Richard Clarke from 6 yards. McBrien and Graham had chances for each side whilst the Belfast side had a huge penalty claim turned away when Ryan O'Reilly appeared to block a shot with his hands. After the interval David Graham hit the post on 51 minutes for the Welders, pouncing on a loose ball in the penalty area before the opening goal arrived on 77 minutes. Ryan Campbell took the ball to feet, held off his marker, turned and shot low past B

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