Having spent 3 seasons managing our Second string, manager Scott Robinson will moving on to pastures new at the end of this season. Scott guided the Seconds to an eighth placed finish in this season's reserve league and has helped to bring youngsters into the first team such as David Elliott and Ryan Morris, with numerous others eagerly awaiting their chance.
First team manager Whitey Anderson paid tribute to Robinson; "I would just like to thank Scott for his services over the last 3 years. I didn't know Scott before he came to the club but when I made inquiries about him, the feedback was that he was hard working, dedication, honest and passionate, and all these traits have shone through in his time at the club. He has been a fantastic addition, not only for his management skills but for his development of players and in particular David Elliott and Ryan Morris, who have been fantastic since moving into the first team. Scott has helped to raise the profile of the club but also has been a great help in fundraising and sponsorship. I would like to wish Scott all the best - he will certainly be a loss to Ballinamallard FC"
The Seconds play Carrick Reserves this incoming Thursday evening (7.45pm) at Ferney Park in the George Wilson Cup, and they can still qualify for the semi finals with a win. Ballinamallard Utd FC would like to thank Scott for his efforts, both on and off the field, and wish him well for his future ventures.