At the start of October Ballinamallard were second from bottom of the Danske Premier League with just five points, but now they’re up to eighth.
Ballinamallard United open the new season with an away trip to Warrenpoint Town and follow that up with a midweek home derby fixture against Dungannon Swifts.
Ballinamallard United face Belfast’s big two in the next couple of week’s with a trip to the Oval first up.
There is no doubting Friday night’s Danske Premier League game against bottom side Warrenpoint Town is a big one, maybe the biggest of the season so far for Ballinamallard.
IT is understood that talented full back Mark McConkey is set to retire from football.