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Glyde claim top spot with win in Courtbane

Naomh Malachi 1-12 Glyde Rangers 1-14 Naomh Malachi and Glyde Rangers played out an entertaining contest on Saturday evening in Courtbane before the visitors claimed the two-points on offer to secure top spot in Group A of the Kevin Mullen Shield. Played in ideal weather conditions, it was the home side who got off to the best start helped in

Mals claim opening day victory

Naomh Malachi 3-10 Cuchulainn Gaels 1-8 Played in blustery conditions in Courtbane, the home side eventually pulled away from their counterparts with late goals from Ronan Greene and debutant, Jack Kirwan securing the opening day win. The opening half was a tight affair with both sides guilty of making mistakes on their first day out. The placekicking of Cian McDonald

Lann Leire rain on Mals parade

Lann Leire 1-13 Naomh Malachi 0-10 On the weekend of the Naomh Malachi 50th Anniversary celebrations, Lann Leire took on the role of party-poopers when inflicting a six-point defeat on the men from Courtbane. The Dunleer side were full merit for their win and although they did rely on a fortuitous goal just after half time, it is them who

Mals retain Kevin Mullen Plate

Naomh Malachi 2-10 Lann Léire 2-8 Naomh Malachi retained their Kevin Mullen Plate title with a well-deserved victory over Lann Leire in Courtbane on Tuesday night. The home side were never behind in the contest and were particularly dominant in the opening stages of the second half but had to withstand a fightback from the Dunleer men before securing the

Late Late Show from home side in Philipstown secures victory

A late late comeback in Philipstown secured the points for the home side and left a gutsy Malachis outfit still searching for their first points of the league campaign. Despite holding a goal advantage lead at the break, Kit Henry’s side did not open their second half account until the 58th minute before finally overcoming the efforts of the border

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