It’s almost upon us. The Irish Cup Final, a day redolent with the mystique of over a century of footballing history, plays host to a team from Fermanagh for the very first time. Ballinamallard have had to dig deep to get here with penalty shoot out wins against Dungannon and Warrenpoint. But now, with his […]
November saw the Northern Ireland Football Writers Association give Ballinamallard boss Whitey Anderson the coveted Manager of the Month award.
One gets the feeling a Ballinamallard training session will be a punishing place to be this week.
Ballinamallard United face Belfast’s big two in the next couple of week’s with a trip to the Oval first up.
The big teams keep on coming to Ferney Park. This week it is the turn of Crusaders who visit, looking to keep their title challenge up.
Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson looks ahead to the next pivotal games in his side’s season
A late late blast gave Glentoran what looked like a comfortable three points at Ferney Park on Saturday.
Ballinamallard played out a draw in their last home game of the season.
It’s the last Premier League home game of the season for a side that has taken the football by storm this season.
Despite a defeat to Glentoran, Ballinamallard have all but secured a top six finish in their debut season in the Danske Bank Premier League.