Gavin Dykes' men drew with Glenavon last night
Ballinamallard's revival continued in the Danske Bank Premiership last night with a one-all draw against Glenavon.
Josh McIlwaine put the home side in front at Ferney Park on 75 minutes, heading in a Niall Owens cross for his third goal in two games.
Mallards striker McIlwaine was delighted to get on the scoresheet again.
But Lurgan Blues player-manager Gary Hamilton came off the bench to snatch a point with a deflected shot four minutes from time.
Here's Glenavon midfielder Mark Patton.
Mallards boss Gavin Dykes says it was probably a fair result.
The club echoed that sentiment on social media.
All in all a draw was probably a fair result. It took some great stops from both goalkeepers to keep their teams in the game— Ballinamallard Utd (@Ballinamallard) January 17, 2017
He also says things are beginning to work out after a difficult start to the season.