Ballinamallard 5-0 PSNI

The Mallards turned out a five star performance at Ferney Park to ruthlessly sweep aside their opponents. Some of the football played was a joy to watch and bared all the hallmarks of a team brimming with confidence. Ryan Campbell set them on their way early in the game, capitalising on a loose defensive pass before firing into the net. Jay McCartney made it 2-0 then, scoring his 51st club goal, following in on the rebound after the PSNI goalkeeper had made two fantastic stops. Campbell then netted his second of the afternoon to round off a dominant first 45 minutes. It didn't take the Rocket long after the break to notch up his hatrick and his 16th of the season, much to the delight of the

Dundela 0-4 Ballinamallard

Good teams show a strong character, and that is what we seen today! After last weekend's painful defeat, the Mallards bounced back with an emphatic win at Wilgar Park. Ryan Campbell netted a brace in the first half and with the addition of an own goal, that gave the Ducks a commanding lead. Before full time Matthew Smyth scored his fifth of the season to round off a pleasing afternoon.

FT Ards 3-2 Ballinamallard

A last gasp winner for Ards condemned the Mallards to defeat in Bangor this afternoon, but with a number of postponed games we remain third. Michael McLellan had put the home side ahead on 18 minutes before Nathan Cashel equalised before half time with a header. In a game full of chances, Calum Moorehead put the Mallards infront before Ards drew level again through David McAllister. Both goalkeepers were called into action with the Ards keeper pushing a shot onto the crossbar, but 4 minutes into injury time Scott McMillan headed in a late winner.

NI U21 Friendly International

Following on from successfully hosting the Junior Cup and Presidents Cup Finals, we are honoured that Ferney Park has been chosen as the venue for an International challenge match between Northern Ireland U21s and Hungary U21s on Thursday 14th November. The match kicks off at 7pm and entry is FREE!

5* Burger Hut

The Burger Hut at Ferney Park has been awarded a maximum 5/5 rating for Food Hygiene. Make sure you grab a bite to eat next time you are visiting, as all profits go back into the Club 🍔🌭 Well done to all!

New first team physio required

A vacancy has arisen for the position of first team physio for the remainder of the 2019/20 season and beyond. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to participate in a professional sports club environment whilst gaining vital experience as part of their career. The applicant must be available on training nights of Tuesday plus Thursday, and also matchdays on Saturday. For further information contact 07855767734 or email, for the attention of the Club Secretary.

Ballinamallard 2-1 Dergview

It wasn't the most comfortable watch, but in the end Harry McConkey's men secured 3 points against their Tyrone rivals. Things looked good for the Mallards who were 2 up within the half hour. Richard Clarke netted the first from the penalty spot after Ryan O'Reilly was hauled down, and Clarke then turned provider for the second, swinging in a corner for Matthew Smyth to head in from 6 yards. On the stroke of half time however the home side failed to adequately clear a corner kick and Simon McGlynn punished them from close range. That set Dergview off for the second half with their tails up and goalkeeper John Connolly was called into action twice to deny Paul Smith and Graham Young with fing


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