Glynn Robinson steps down

It is with great reluctance that Ballynahinch United have accepted the resignation of Manager Glynn Robinson from his position at The Millbridge.

Glynn, a former Ballynahinch United player, was appointed manager in June 2018. He took charge of 44 competitive games during his spell at the club and guided the club to a respectable 9th place finish last season, and overseen our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Glynn has stepped down due to commitments outside of football. Everybody at Ballynahinch United would like to thank him for his dedication and effort and wish him the very best for the future.

The Club can confirm that Dale Davidson will remain at the Millbridge and will take charge of the first team on Saturday.