Saturday 30th September v. Dungannon Swifts (away) - Sports Direct Premiership - k.o: 3:00pm

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Newry City Match Preview
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BALLYMENA United travel to Newry Showgrounds to face Newry City in their penultimate league game of the season on Saturday afternoon.
The last meeting between the sides was at Ballymena Showgrounds, a goalless draw which will largely for unremembered because of the lack of quality from both sides.
Latest results v Newry City (all league unless stated):
Ballymena United 0-0 Newry City, Ballymena Showgrounds, Tuesday 24th January 2023. Att: 701
Newry City 3-2 Ballymena United, Newry Showgrounds, 8th November 2022. Att: 597
Ballymena United 3-0 Newry City, Ballymena Showgrounds, 4th November 2022. Att: 743
Newry City 0-1 Ballymena United, Mourneview Park, 26th April 2022. (Samuel Gelston's Whiskey Irish Cup Semi-Final)
Newry City:
Since the scoreless draw in January, Newry City have went on to win 3 league games, all away from home, draw 1, and lose the other 8. They remain 10th in the league, 6 points behind United and 5 points ahead of Dungannon Swifts.
Ballymena United:
Ballymena United had started a winless streak in the league before facing Newry in January, only breaking it last weekend with a 2-0 win over Dungannon Swifts thanks to late goals from Jordan Gibson and Kym Nelson.
Match Tickets:
Tickets cost £12 for adults and £8 for concessions. Children between the ages of 12 and 16 cost £5. Children under the age of 11 do not require a ticket but will be able to gain entry along with an adult or concession ticket holder for just £1 - Please bring the correct change.

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Match Officials:
Referee: Declan Hassan. Assistant 1: Paul Robinson. Assistant 2: Rachel Greer. 4th Official: Ian McNabb.
Match Information:
The match kicks off at 3:00pm.
While Ballymena United guaranteed safety in the top flight last Saturday with a win over Dungannon Swifts, Newry City still require a single point to avoid a possible relegation play-off. No doubt they'll be well up for the game, but United will have gained some confidence after ending a long streak without a win. Make your way to Newry and be loud and proud in support of YOUR team - Come On Sky Blues!
Match Preview by Paul Irwin

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