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All Smiles In The Sunshine.

In the end it was all smiles in the winter sunshine as Malachians beat Immaculata 2-1 at the Stadium of Sand. Malachians continued their recent good form with another victory after last week’s draw. The visitors took the lead in the first half afte

Deserved More.

A committed second half performance from Malachians saw the side disappointed not to come away with all three points from today’s clash with Ards Rangers at the Stadium of Sand. In the end the team had to settle for a draw as a late goal from James

No Luck For The Seconds.

The seconds deserved much more from a 3-1 defeat by Crumlin Star at the Stadium of Sand. The seconds failed to take numerous chances, Tiernan McKeating scored their only goal, and so despite an excellent team performance left with nothing to show for thei

Late Show Progression In The Clarence at Dromara.

A late show, both in normal and then in extra time, eventually saw Malachians progress in the Clarence Cup at Bellsbridge, but they were pushed all the way by a youthful and spirited Dromara side. The home side took the lead in the final fifteen minutes o

Nollaig shona daoibh.

Everyone at Malachians FC would like to wish all players, past and present and all club representatives, fans, sponsors and supporters all over the world a happy, healthy and peaceful Christmas and wish you good luck for the New Year ahead. Nollaig shona

Malachians Sports Saturday.

It was disappointing that both Malachians teams’ fixtures fell victim to the weather but that didnt spoil the pre-Christmas Malachians Sports Saturday at Cliftonville Golf Club. Everyone enjoyed the late kick off Premiership game with a little help

Crazy Cup Exit at Dixon Park.

It was the craziest game that Malachians have been involved in for a long time as they went out of the Intermediate Cup beaten 4-3 on penalties by Sirocco Works at Dixon Park after the tie finished 5-5 after extra time. Mals were slow out of the blocks go

Deserved Victory At Stanley Park.

A superb winner five minutes from the end by James Begley saw Mals deservedly beat Lisburn Rangers 3-2 at Stanley Park in a tense, entertaining game. Mals were one nil down at the break after an even first half with Mals keeper Niall Largey making several

Seconds Back To Winning Ways.

The second team got back to winning ways today with a deserved 3-2 win away to Lisburn Rangers. Tiernan McKeating scored his first goal for the club whilst Fra Taplin grabbed the other two. Lee Hickey, featured here, after his strong showing last week for

Hard Fought Win Over Drumaness.

Malachians had to battle hard to eventually overcome a strong and committed Drumaness Mills side by two goals to one at the re-vamped Stadium of Sand, with the pitch in superb condition and the improved spectator facilities on show. Mals were without Dee

No Luck Away To Bangor.

There was no luck for Malachians today as a last minute equaliser deprived the team of what would have been a hard fought and deserved win away to 1st Bangor. It has been a while since Malachians visited the Bangor end of Drome Park and found the going he

Thank You Sword Security.

Malachians would like to thank Sword Security for their ongoing support and sponsorship. Davy Cain and Fiona Noble from Sword Security are seen here presenting a new set of drill tops to club chairman Jim Kavanagh. Thanks again. Not so good on the pitch u

Brilliant Start For The Seconds.

Brilliant start for the new second team management of Stephen Reid and Joe Saunders as their side beat Lisburn Rangers 5-1 at the Stadium of Sand. Great start lads well done. Marty Reilly, a chip off the old block, with two goals, Tommy Kerr, Dee Dobbin a

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