Sean Noble has vowed to bring goals to a Ballinamallard side that has scored just 15 goals in 23 Premier League games. 
The former Carrick Rangers attacker joined the club at the start of January, and already has a goal to his name after he netted the opener against Immaculata in the Irish Cup on his debut.
“It was a good start for me,” said the 21 year old who capitalised on a defensive error to open his Mallards account. 
“I saw the player look up and I anticipated he was going to go to the goalkeeper. I just read his pass and got on to it, got round the goalkeeper and put it in the back of the net. I’ve got a goal, and now it is about getting a good understanding with the other players, which is what I am looking to do over the next few weeks. 
“I enjoyed it. It was a good day and getting a goal is always a positive. It looks like a great club and a great community and I have been dying to get going. It is great to actually get started.”
Noble’s goal was the first of four as Ballinamallard scored more than two goals in a game for the first time this season, and although they will face tougher tasks in the months ahead, Sean is confident he can continue his goal scoring form. 
“I think playing up front I will definitely bring goals,” he predicted. 
“I’m a very, very direct player and I’ve got a very good change of pace. I like to get at players, that is my game. I like to get the ball at my feet and get at players. I’m actually in between a striker and a winger. Sometimes striker and sometimes winger, but at the moment I’m a striker. 
“I do have targets and the main target is to keep the club up. If I can contribute with goals that would be the best thing.”
Sean started his career in the Republic of Ireland, before making his Irish Premier League debut for Carrick Rangers against Ballinamallard last January.
 He made ten starts and three substitute appearances for Carrick in the second half of last season, scoring once, and he was delighted to get the opportunity to return to the league this winter. 
“I had one or two clubs looking at me because I was doing well down in Dublin, but Gavin rang me and I just thought I had unfinished business up here,” he said.
 “I started off professionally with Bray Wanderers and I was there for two or three years. I made a couple of Irish league and cup appearances. Then I went to Waterford with Aaron Callaghan for about three months and got some good experience. He brought me up to the North to Carrick last year and that is when I really got some senior experience. I am looking to kick on now here. 
“After Carrick I stopped playing professionally for a few months. I was with Verona, an amateur club in Dublin, for about three months with Declan O’Brien getting some experience down there. When I got the call I was delighted to come up to Ballinamallard.”
Sean’s base remains in Dublin and he is not travelling to the club’s training sessions, only making the journey to Fermanagh for competitive action. 
“At the moment I am training down in Dublin because of the distance, and I am coming up here to play matches,” he revealed. 
“I haven’t got down training here yet. We will see how that goes as the season goes on. I’m not too sure if that will be the plan all season but that is the way it is at the moment.”
Sean took a knock to his foot in the match against Immaculata, but despite a sore toe that restricted his movement after the match he is hoping to be fit and ready to add to his goal tally when they face Glentoran this weekend.