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Hackett Always A Winner.

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

Mals Are Hot Again.

  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

No Return Again.

  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

No Fairytale Return For Yogi.

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

No Joy For Either Team Against Ards Rangers.

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 Super Sports Saturday.

Malachians next Super Sports Saturday will be on Sat 12th November. The seconds are away to East Belfast in the Junior Shield. The first team fixture has yet to be confirmed. Then everyone is expected back to the golf club to watch the Republic play Austr

Lethal Laing.

Lethal Laing. The seconds progressed to the the third round of the Junior Shield with a 1-0 victory away to Antrim Rovers. Andy Laing got the all important winner. For a match report see the website or click on the link below.http://www.malachiansfc.com/‚

Mals Walk Tall In Portaferry.

Malachians walked tall in Portaferry when three excellent second half strikes from Daniel and Terry McDonald and yet another goal from Mark McCourt saw them defeat home side Portaferry Rovers and progress in the Intermediate Cup. The seconds won 1-0 away

Bad News From Meadowvale.

  The moment the bad news from Meadowvale reached the supporters at the Stadium of Sand was caught on camera. On a sodden surface Mals were one nil down to Drumaness at half time before a Mark McCourt penalty levelled things fifteen minutes from time

Hat Trick Heroes.

Another fantastic day for Malachians. Mark McCourt for the first team and Daniel “ZlatDan”Shiels for the seconds both grabbed hat tricks in another great day for the club. The first team beat Ardglass 7-2 at the Stadium of Sand, the other scor

Walking On Sunshine.

  Malachians skipper Mark McCourt ¬†referee Mervyn Smyth and Shankill captain Tom Morrison. WALKING ON SUNSHINE. Both Malachians teams were today walking on sunshine as they recorded two great victories. The first team won 2-1 away to Shankill utd at

Honours Even In The Rain.

At a rain soaked Stadium of Sand Malachians faced Foundry for the third time this season. Mals led at the break courtesy of a powerful Niall McAuley header after a corner but Foundry levelled through Paul McCord early in the second half. Foundry had the b

Up And Running.

Malachians deservedly recorded their first league victory of the campaign with a 4-2 victory over Drumaness Mills at a resplendant Stadium of Sand. Mals were two nil up at half time with goals from captain and subsequent manager’s man of the match M

First Bridge Crossed In The Junior Cup.

  A youthful Malachians second team made a day of it as they travelled to Maguiresbridge by coach for the early Junior Cup first round fixture against Maguiresbridge. They won the game four nil and received a standing ovation when they eventually arr

Cruel Luck.

  Cruel luck. Malachians went out of the Steel and Sons cup today beaten on penalties 3-2 by Championship 2 side Queen’s University after the game finished 2-2 after extra time. Mals were two up at half time courtesy of goals from Colm Davis an

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