There was no festive cheer at the end of 2016 as Malachians were beaten 3-0 away to Border Cup winners Rathfriland. A slow start saw Mals two behind after just eight minutes with a mountain to climb but after that a much improved performance, especially i
To all Malachians, past and present and to everyone who has been involved with the club over the last 53 years we wish you a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas and every good luck for the new year ahead. Up the Mals ! Nollaig shona daoibh uile agus Ath
Malachians had their Christmas night out and it was a great success with superb food and service at Havanna Bank Square. Earlier the first team game away to Downpatrick was potsponed due to a waterlogged pitch and the seconds were beaten 2-1 at home by Cr
Tomorrows match against Downpatrick is off. The seconds game against Star at the Stadium of Sand is still on so get down and support the team. Looking forward to a great night tomorrow at Havanna Bank Square. Up the Mals !
Former Malachians first team manager and long serving committee member Bill Bannon still celebrating his 70th birthday four days on. Congratulations Uncle Buck. Not so much joy on the pitch the first team lost 3-1 away to Immaculata. Mark McCourt scored t
Does Decky Hackett get better with age ? Always a winner, the tall Hackett bent low to head home a second half winner that proved the difference as Mals beat Lisburn Rangers 1-0 at the Stadium of Sand. To be honest it should have been more but Mals failed
It was great to see both teams back to winning ways this week but all the praise and accolades must go this week to Joe Briers and Dinger Bell who went out of their way in a crisis and ensured the showers at the Stadium of Sand were fixed and were
Another strong, team performance again counted for nothing today as Malachians were beaten 3-1 at the Stadium of Sand by Rathfriland Rangers. Mals gave as good as they got against another of the strongly fancied sides, with Telis Mane, Ciaran Ander
There was no fairytale return to the Stadium of Sand today for former Mals legend Gerry “Yogi” McKenna who now lives and works in Australia and came down to see his former side at the Stadium of Sand during a holiday home. Mals were beaten by
Ards Rangers did the double over Malachians today with both first and second teams playing each other. The firsts were beaten 4-1 away to the league leaders at Drome Park, a scoreline that was harsh on the Mals, who took the lead through a Mark McCourt wo
Malachians Football Club was established in April 1963.The three men responsible were Father John O’Sullivan, a teacher in St.Malachy’s College, Jimmy Donnelly, a former Belfast Celtic player and Eddie Comerton.