United entertained Downshire YM for a league match in Division 1B at The Millbridge in a fiesty game with strong flying tackles on a wet, soft soggy pitch.
Ballynahinch took a break from league action and made the short journey to face NAFL Div 1A neighbours, Kilmore Rec at Robert Adams Park.
With both teams struggling for results in their respective leagues, Intermediate Cup action was a welcome breather and both teams started well.
United headed to North Down to take on recently promoted Bangor Amateurs at Clandeboye Road, overlooking the Bangor Fuels Arena in the NAFL Div 1B.
United started strongest in a frantic, fast-paced first five minutes. The away side, buoyed by a good performance the week, were determined to go one better this time around and found themselves ahead from a corner.Continue reading Match Report: Bangor Amateurs 3 – 3 BUFC
Ballynahinch United welcomed a familiar friendly face to The Millbridge in the form of John ‘Jonesy’ Jones, manager of the visiting, promotion chasing favourites, 18th Newtownabbey. But the match itself turned out to be far from friendly.Continue reading Match Report: BUFC 2 – 2 18th Newtownabbey
United continued their improved form in this league match against a formidable Bryansburn Rangers who are expected to challenge for honours this year.
For most of the first half the game ebbed and flowed with neither team holding the ascendency and neither goal keeper being threatened.Continue reading Match Report: BUFC 1 – 2 Bryansburn Rangers