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Record Breaking Taplin ?.

CLUB RECORD ? Fra Taplin scored another hat trick today as the seconds beat Orangefield 3-1 at the Stadium of Sand. Fra scored for the sixth week in a row, eleven goals in total, surely a club record. Brilliant effort and unbelievable commitment young man

Congratulations Mark McCourt.

Everyone at Malachians would like to offer congratulations to first team captain Mark McCourt and his wife Carla on the safe arrival of their beautiful new daughter Imogen Rose. With excellent timing Imogen arrived on the day the first team game away to D

Dee Hughes Back With Late Equaliser.

Malachians drew with Derriaghy CC at the Stadium of Sand. The game ended 2-2 with Dee Hughes scoring an equaliser on his return to the club with the last kick of the game. Fra Taplin scored the other Mals goal on his return to the first team. The seconds

Magic McAtee Winner.

A dramatic injury time winner from the magical feet of Jerome McAtee saw Malachians seconds snatch victory 3-2 over Ards Rangers at Drome Park in an even and well contested game. Marty Moore and Fra Taplin, with yet another goal, scored the other Mals goa

Gary Hancock/Irish FA photo special.

Saturday’s Intermediate Cup tie against DC was the IFA’s tie of the round . Thanks to Gary Hancock , IFA photographer for these excellent photos and thank to the IFA for their permission to publish them.  Go to http://www.irishfa.com/news/201

Late Goals Flatter D.C..

Malachians skipper Mark McCourt presents a club pennant to DC captain Karl Rossborough as referee Niall Gallagher looks on before the Intermediate Cup tie at a resplendent Stadium of Sand, with the unveiling of the new club welcome sign in brilliant winte

Malachians Super Sports Saturday.

Malachians next Super Sports Saturday will be next Saturday 21st January. The first team take on Donegal Celtic in the Intermediate Cup at the Stadium of Sand ko 1.30pm whilst the seconds are away to St. Luke’s at 2pm. Everybody is then invited back

Late Defensive Lapses Let Grove Grab It.

The two managers, Mals’ Dolly Carmichael and Grove United’s Andy Hunter, shake hands before the Clarence Cup tie. Played in atrocious weather the game finished 2-2 after ninety minutes with Grove twice being in front.  Mals goals were scored

Grove Are Coming.

  Malachians football club are really looking forward now to next Saturday 7th January when our good friends and neighbours Grove Utd will make the short trip from the Sand Siro to the Stadium of Sand for a Clarence Cup tie kicking off at 1.30pm. Loo

Mals Dig Deep At Ardglass.

Malachians started with Elliott McKim and Jerome McAtee in midfield in heavy conditions at Ardglass. Malachians had to dig deep to overcome a committed Ardglass side that will be bitterly disappointed not to have got something from the game. Mals won 2-1

No Festive Cheer For Mals.

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

Nollaig Shona Daoibh.

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

Havanna Bank Square Hits The Spot.

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

Downpatrick Game Off.

  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 !

Uncle Buck Still Going Strong.

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

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