End of Season Awards Dinner 2022

Friday 27 May | Spa Golf Club | 6.30pm

2 Courses: £25 | 3 Courses: £30


  • Chef’s Soup of The Day – Toasted Wheaten Bread
  • Traditional Prawn Cocktail – Marie Rose Sauce – Wheaten
  • Fried French Brie – Caramelized Red Onion Jam – Balsamic Garden Salad
  • Breaded Locally Sourced Fish Cake – House Tartar
  • Golden Fried Stuffed Mushrooms – Simple Salad – Garlic Aioli

Main Course

  • Butter Roasted Turkey and Ham – Sage and Onion Stuffing – Turkey Gravy
  • Slow Cooked Featherblade of Beef Bourguignon – Butternut Puree – Jus
  • Classic Roast Chicken Chasseur
  • Pan Roasted Fillet of Seabass – Smoked Bacon and Pea Risotto – Carrot Crisp
  • Peppered Chicken Stack Breaded Chicken Fillet – Crispy Bacon – Creamy Peppered Sauce
  • Vegetarian Noodle Stir Fry Flavoured eith Green Thai Curry

(All Main Courses Served with Mash and Roast Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables)


  • Strawberry Meringue
  • Hot Chocolate Fudge Cake
  • Banoffee Tart – Fresh Cream
  • Apple And Pear Crumble – Vanilla Custard

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Ballynahinch United

Sort Code: 950241
Account Number: 71019538

Last Standing: Week 6

  • Palace, Spurs and Brighton drew, leaving only two.
  • 6 remain. Fixtures take place on 23 to 25 April.

Last updated: Monday 25 April

Full nameWEEK 6
Jonathan StewartMAN CITY
Matthew SimpsonSPURS
Stephen GreeneSPURS
Stuart McMullanBRIGHTON


Week 6

Saturday 23 April – Monday 25 April

  • Arsenal vs Man United
  • Leicester vs Aston Villa
  • Man City vs Watford
  • Norwich vs Newcastle
  • Brentford vs Spurs
  • Brighton vs Southampton
  • Burnley vs Wolves
  • Chelsea vs West Ham
  • Liverpool vs Everton
  • Crystal Palace vs Leeds

Match Report: B United 3 – 1 St Lukes FC

Saturday 9 April 2022

Ballynahinch entertained St Lukes at The Millbridge in the April sun.

United started slowly but soon pulled themselves together before taking the lead.

Matthew Shaw stepped out from deep and found Taylor Graham on the left. The winger squared to Glenn Bennett for an easy tap in to score his first first team goal for the club.

St Likes rallied back and had an excellent chance to equalise when they were awarded a penalty. However, Ballynahinch’s Skipper, Stefan Graham pounced to prevent the spot kick from evening the scores. Unbelievably, his 7th penalty save of the season.

United scored a secondly shortly after. The home side exploited the left side once again, this time Ross Murray twinkled past the opposing full back and fired a ferocious cross into the box.

Glenn grabbed his second when the delicious delivery cannoned off his head into the top corner.

The United defence stayed strong until the end of the half with John McMenamin and Scott Cheevers supporting Matthew Shaw and Scott Brashaw.

After the break, United scrambled home a third. A corner fell in the six yard box at the feet of Jordan Patterson who stabbed it home for his 5th of the season.

United battle on, with Stuart McMullan, Gavin Crawford and Jordan Patterson providing energy and determination in midfield. Unfortunately, Ballynahinch were forced into a reshuffle when Matthew Shaw was dismissed for a second yellow.

That gave St Luke’s hope, and they soon scored when Stefan made a good saves but saw the rebound bounce off Scott Cheevers into the net.

With the game stretched and United down to ten, Stefan was required to keep United ahead with two excellent saves.

At the other end, Jack Patterson and Ross Murray had opportunities to increase the lead but to no avail.

Conor Graham and Harry Bell were introduced to help see out the game.

A great performance with a result to match.

Round up

Ballynahinch United 3 – 1 St Lukes FC

GoalscorersGlenn Bennett (2)
Jordan Patterson
Competition:NAFL Division 1B
Ground:The Millbridge