With time all but up in Ferney Park, out-going boss, Whitey Anderson was contemplating a distinctly sombre tone to the conclusion of his tenure.
Despite not having played last weekend, it has been a profitable few days for Ballinamallard.
It’s all about the Premiership now for the Mallards. That starts with the visit of Portadown this Friday.
It has been one of the oddities of this season that Ballinamallard’s record on the road has been significantly better than at Ferney Park.
Games between Ballinamallard and Ballymena have tended to be tight. And already at this stage of the season, this one has the air of a six pointer.
Ballinamallard United last night confirmed the signing of rangy Dergview midfielder Adam Lecky.
AN INNOVATIVE online coaching website, the brainchild of two Fermanagh sportsmen, aims to provide a community for coaches to interact, share good practice and develop coaching from grassroots to professional sports.
McCabe and McGrath looking to write some Cup history
For the past 18 months the midfielder has been devoting his time to playing gaelic football for his county, Fermanagh.
IF the fans were disappointed at the manner of Fermanagh’s defeat at Navan on Sunday, they were no sorrier than the players.