The Mallards closed the gap at the top of the Bluefin Sport Championship with a fabulous away victory. With a defeat for Loughgall and Portadown also dropping points it means that Harry McConkey's men are two points off second and first positions. It was a fantastic start with Matthew Smyth and Ross Taheny both heading in Duwayne McManus corners to give an early two nil lead. Mark McCabe did pull a goal back before half time for the hosts but when they were reduced to 10 men
The Mallards returned to winning ways after last Saturday's blip away to Ballyclare, with a fifth league win in the last six games. Having conceeded on the brink of half time, the home side responded after the break with an equaliser from Sean McEvoy before Ryan O'Reilly headed his side infront. Jason McCartney made it 3-1 with an inswinging free kick before the Welders pulled a goal back with a free header. Captain Richard Clarke made sure of the points however when he slott
Today's home match will introduce the #OnTheBall campaign which will provide free sanitary products in the female bathrooms for all who need to use them. All of these products have kindly been donated by members of the ladies committee. We are among a very small number of Irish League clubs who have joined this campaign and hope that many more will follow! So ladies, please take what you need and enjoy the match!
The Mallards are into their second Cup Final in the space of 5 months after tonight's away victory in the Eventsec North West Senior Cup. Ryan Morris headed in the only goal of the game on 38 minutes and whilst there were further chances to extend the lead, the one goal was enough for victory. The date and location of the Final is to be confirmed, but our opponents will be Dergview who defeated Moyola Park in the other Semi Final. Well done guys! 👌🏆
The Mallards comprehensively swept aside the PSNI at the 'Dub' this afternoon to maintain their fine start to the season. The game was all but over by half time with a 3-0 lead; McCartney lobbed the goalkeeper for the opener, Matthew Smyth headed in his first of the season and Ryan Campbell netted a penalty at the second attempt. Campbell hit the post in the second half before Smyth headed in his second of the game. The Mallards travel to Ballyclare next Saturday for gameweek