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Hackett leads Mals to another away victory.

Decky Hackett captained the side today and led the team to another vital away victory, beating Kilmore Rec. 1-0 at Crossgar. Aldo Anderson was manager Devlin’s man of the match and Terry McDonald scored the winning goal. Another brilliant result lad

Mals Make Hard Work Of Intermediate Cup Victory.

Mals made hard work of this Intermediate Cup tie against Dundonald at the Billy Neill playing fields. Two early goals got them off to a flying start but a missed penalty saw the home side claw their way back into the game despite going down to ten and at

Malachians Sports Saturday Special.

What a Saturday lies in store !!!! The first team play Dundonald in the Intermediate Cup at the Billy Neill Stadium Comber Road ko 1.30pm. The seconds play Crumlin Star at the Stadium of Sand ko 2pm . Then evryone is invited back to Cliftonville Golf Club

Seconds Progress In Walter Moore Cup.

A cool Beaky Kelly finish from a long Roy Logan cross saw the seconds beat Wellington Rec. 1-0 away in the Walter Moore Cup. Great to see Conor McHugh back in a Mals shirt after long term injury and he deservedly got manager Fullerton’s man of the m

Bell’s Superb Volley Grabs Victory Over Kilmore.

Dinger Bell, on as a substitute, blasted home a superb late volley to claim all three points as Malachians beat Kilmore Rec 2-1 at the Stadium of Sand. Niall Largey back in the first team produced a wonder save early on to keep the sides level against a K

McAtee Again At The Double.

Malachians defeated Nortel 3-0 at a rain lashed Stadium of Sand. Jerome McAtee added two more penalty conversions to his goal tally for the season and also set up the third for Gary Kelly. The defence of Anderson, Hackett , Downey and Sharp was again outs

Mals run Star close in Border Cup quarter final.

A spirited and committed Mals performance ran Crumlin Star close in the Border Cup at the Cliff . However a late James Doyle strike saw Star win 2-1 . Mals captain Mark McCourt scored the Mals goal, seen here with Star captain Francie Murphy and referee S

Malachians grab all three points.

Malachians grabbed all three points at the Hammer when a late Terry McDonnell winner saw them defeat Shankill Utd 2-1. Jerome McAtee was on the scoresheet again as well. The Bells certainly enjoyed the day out at the Hammer

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