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Former manager Harry McConkey is back in charge of Ballinamallard.
He replaces Gavin Dykes who quit the Danske Bank Premiership's bottom club earlier this week.
McConkey's first game is away to Glenavon on Saturday.
The Mallards are seven points adrift at the foot of the table with eight games left to play.
Their attempt to overturn a recent defeat against Dungannon has been thrown out by the Irish FA - the Fermanagh club had claimed Swifts skipper Ryan Harpur was ineligible for the game as he should have been suspended after being sent off in the BetMcLean League Cup final.
However, Dungannon had appealed the dismissal, leaving him free to play in the Premiership fixture.
Ballinamallard United FC are pleased to announce the appointment of @mcconkey_harry as First Team Manager with immediate effect. Harry was at training tonight to speak with the players will take charge on Saturday for our match away to @Glenavon_FC; https://t.co/31PZygKXKy pic.twitter.com/j1q036FaW9— Ballinamallard Utd (@Ballinamallard) March 15, 2018
Saturday sees the Swifts on the road to league leaders by two points, Crusaders.
It's a final game for Harpur before a three-match ban kicks in on Monday following that controversial red card in the cup final victory over Ballymena. The IFA this week rejected Dungannon's appeal.
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