Ballymoney United aiming to get back on track against Queen’s.

Football.
Football.

Ballymoney United will be hoping to get back on track this Saturday (3pm) when they entertain Queen’s University while Glebe Rangers are away to Chimney Corner in Antrim town (2pm).

United lost 2-1 away to table-toppers Armagh City at the weekend in the Belfast Telegraph Championship Two.

The draw has been made for the Coca Cola Intermediate Cup Second Round.

On Saturday, 23rd November (kick-off 1:30pm) it is Ballymoney United v. Sirocco Works.

Glebe Rangers and Dunloy received byes.

* Weekly Lotto

Congratulations to Mrs Jayne Boggs, the first winner of the Ballymoney United Under 13s Weekly lotto. Mrs Boggs received her prize from Dermot Steele. Winning numbers 4, 13, 22.

DUNLOY LOSE 6-3 AT HOME IN CUP

* In the Ballymena Provincial League Crawford Cup 2nd Round Dunloy lost 6-3 at home to Ballynure Old Boys. Dunloy, who have been in good form recently, went in at two each at the break thanks to a brace of goals scored by John John McFerran with Mark Leckey (2) for Ballynure.

Ballynure increased their lead early in the second half when Mark Curlette scored then added a further three scored by Simon McGreevy, Josh McIlroy and Michael Duff before the final whistle.

This Saturday, Dunloy are away to FC Ballynure in the league at Parkview Hockey Club, Doagh (2pm).

PARKHILL HITS SIX GOALS IN DRAMATIC 6-5 WIN FOR BALLYBOGEY

* Ballybogey came out 6-5 winers in a great game against Portstewart Res at the Joey Dunlop Centre on saturday and it was man of the match Ian Parkhill who scored all six goals to keep ‘Bogey unbeaten in the league so far this season.

Ballybogey raced into a two goal lead only to see Portstewart go back into a three two lead.

Parkhill scored two well taken goals to put ‘Bogey four three up and the ‘Bogey boys must have thought they had the points but Portstewart came back with two goals to go into a five four lead with only minutes left.

Ballybogey got two penalties in the last five minutes and it was Ian Parkhill who stepped forward and put the ball into the net both times for his double hat trick and secure the three points and keep ‘Bogey’s unbeaten run in the league.

This was a good performance by ‘Bogey and a special mention to striker Gary Keys who had to step into the nets as Ballybogey’s two ‘keepers were not available and after a shaky start produced two good saves to assure the points went to the ‘Bogey men on Halloween weekend.

PAPPY’S BAKERY FRIENDSHIP SOCCER LEAGUE

* Pappy’s Bakery Friendship Soccer League 2013 – 2014 in Association with Ballymoney Community Sport Programme.

Results From Friday 1st November 2013 - Riada Colts 3 v 0 BU Minis, Glebeside 3 v 2 Riada Athletic, Coleraine Alexandra 3 v 0 Cloughmills, Loughguile 1 v 0 Coleraine Colts, BU Minis 0 v 4 Dunloy, Tobermore 0 v 2 Rasharkin, Stranocum 0 v 4 Dunloy.

Friendship League Table 2013/2014

P W D L PTS Loughguile 6 6 0 0 18 Rasharkin 5 5 0 0 15 Glebeside 6 5 0 1 15 Riada Athletic 6 4 0 2 12 Dunloy 6 4 0 2 12 Coleraine Colts 6 3 0 3 9 Tobermore 6 2 0 4 6 Coleraine Alexandra 6 2 0 4 6 Riada Colts 6 1 1 4 4 Stranocum 6 1 0 5 3 Cloughmills 6 0 2 4 2 BUYA Minis 5 0 1 4 1

League Fixtures For Friday 8th November 2013 -Stranocum v BU Minis 5.20pm report 5.10pm, BU Minis v Rasharkin 6pm report 5.45pm, Coleraine Alexandra v Coleraine Colts 6pm report 5.45pm, Loughguile v Glebeside 6.40pm report 6.25pm, Riada Colts v Rasharkin 6.40pm report 6.25pm, Tobermore v Cloughmills 7.20pm report 7pm, Riada Athletic v Dunloy 7.20pm report 7pm.