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1 May 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department

‘A reasonable season’ reflects Whitey

Whitey Anderson (pictured) can look forward to a fourth season as a Premier League manager with Ballinamallard after the draw with Warrenpoint on Saturday confirmed their ninth place finish. For a club that always targets survival as the number one objective, he admits it was a satisfactory campaign for the club.

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30 Apr 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department

Both camps happy to do it again

Irvinestown Wanderers and Enniskillen Santos must play each other in a one off play-off match after their final league encounter ended a draw, leaving them locked together at the top of the table.

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30 Apr 2015 14:30 • Editorial Department

Colm one of the success stories of the season

Ballinamallard defender Colm McLaughlin has emerged as one of the success stories of Ballinamallard’s season, and is in contention of a player of the season award after his impressive performances from left back.

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24 Apr 2015 20:00 • Editorial Department

Winner takes all in Bawnacre clash

It’s a winner takes all scenario at the Bawnacre this Saturday as the top two teams in Division Two clash in the final game of the season with the league title up for grabs.

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23 Apr 2015 16:30 • Gareth Cauldwell

Looking to the future and new faces for pre-season

Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson says the club will look to the future after it was confirmed this week that captain Mark Stafford and midfielder Davy Kee had turned down improved terms to sign pre-contract agreements with Linfield.

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23 Apr 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department

Linfield too good to turn down as suspension means Stafford has played last game

Ballinamallard captain Mark Stafford admitted the lure of signing for Northern Ireland’s most successful club was too strong to resist.

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23 Apr 2015 13:30

'We bossed game' says Robinson as Mallards progress to last four

Andy Little’s hat-trick fired Ballinamallard Res into the semi-final of the George Wilson Cup as they came from behind to register a 3-2 win over Dungannon Swifts Reserves at Stangmore Park last Thursday night.

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17 Apr 2015 10:15

Tom ready for the challenge of his life

Fermanagh man Tom Mohan is facing a daunting task as he leads the Republic of Ireland U17 team into next month’s European Championships, having been pitched against England, Holland and Italy in the group stages.

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16 Apr 2015 19:30

'We'll enjoy this week, then start planning for next season' says Whitey

Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson says planning for next season will start in the next couple of weeks but for now they will enjoy the fact that they have secured their Premiership status with two games to go.

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16 Apr 2015 16:30

Town complete double at U18 level

Enniskillen Town Utd secured the Lowry Corry Cup with a 4-0 win over Killen Rangers on Tuesday night at the Bawnacre, the result seeing Town secure a league and cup double at this age group.

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16 Apr 2015 15:35

‘Great feeling’ to secure another year in Premier League

Three points against Coleraine on Saturday secured another season in the top flight for Ballinamallard. Their second away win of the season came at the perfect time for the Mallards, but despite flirting with the bottom two relegation places throughout the season, midfielder Cathal Beacom had “no doubts” the club would retain their Premier league status.

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9 Apr 2015 20:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

‘It’s a massive win’ says goal hero Jay

Jason McCartney bagged both Ballinamallard goals in the 2-0 win over Institute on Tuesday night at Ferney Park and while the attacker was delighted to get his name on the scoresheet, he was quick to stress that the win was the most important thing to come out of the game.

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9 Apr 2015 13:45 • Editorial Department

Shoot out joy for ‘Law as they set up Town semi-final clash

(Lisbellaw win on pens) Lisbellaw will face Enniskillen Town in the semi-final of the Impartial Reporter Mulhern Cup after edging past Enniskillen Rangers on penalties after the sides were deadlocked at one apiece after extra time. Goalkeeper Willie McFrederick was the hero for Lisbellaw, scoring in the shoot-out before saving the final penalty to book his side’s place in the last four.

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9 Apr 2015 13:15 • Editorial Department

‘We are hitting form at the right time’ - Judge

Enniskillen Town eased past Lisnaskea Rovers to secure a semi-final tie against Lisbellaw in the Impartial Reporter Mulhern Cup.

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2 Apr 2015 20:04

Lafferty looking goals in last five games

Johnny Lafferty has targeted goals as Ballinamallard look to pull clear of the relegation zone with five games remaining this season.

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2 Apr 2015 14:45

‘Law finding form ahead of quarter-final clash

Lisbellaw United made it three wins from three and with that leapfrogged Killen Rangers into third place in the league table last Saturday afternoon at Drumad.

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2 Apr 2015 14:30

Town strengthen grip on second spot

Enniskillen Town Utd warmed up for their Mulhern Cup quarter-final clash against Lisnaskea Rovers with a convincing 4-1 win over Killen Rangers at the Lakeland Forum on Saturday.

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2 Apr 2015 13:00 • Denzil McDaniel

Standing tall, symbols of a new Northern Ireland

Denzil McDaniel was in an under-construction Windsor Park as Michael O’Neill’s rebuilt side, with a strong Fermanagh influence, took another step towards Euro qualification

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27 Mar 2015 13:30 • Editorial Department

Fivemiletown College bridge near 20 year gap to lift McKee Cup

Fivemiletown College’s Under 16 football side regained the McKee Cup after almost a 20 year wait following a superb 5-3 victory over Castlederg High School as the regained the cup for the first time since the 1995-96 season.

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26 Mar 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department

BKYL celebrates another year of strength and growth

The Brendan Keogh Youth League held its annual dinner in the Silver Birch Hotel in Omagh on Friday evening where the league distributed its annual Fair Play awards and Services to Youth Football.

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