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Hunger games

Barry Gray wants Cliftonville to demonstrate their hunger for success in tomorrow’s Danske Bank Premiership encounter with Ballinamallard United.

The Reds travel to Ferney Park on the back of a mixed opening week of the new campaign, having followed last Saturday’s 6-3 victory over Ards with a disappointing 2-0 loss to Coleraine – and Gray has made it clear he won’t settle for hot and cold displays as the season progresses.

“The aim is simple – an away win,” he says.

“It never changes, the aim on Tuesday night was the same and Saturday will be no different. We won’t get it if we turn out a performance like against Coleraine but that’s over to the players now to show that they are hungry to play for me week in, week out and hungry to get points on the board now if we want to challenge.

“There’s no waiting for tomorrow or the next game – it’s a case of doing it each and every game we play.”

Travel information
North Belfast Reds CSC’s bus will be departing Cassidy’s Bar at 12.45pm and anyone interested in reserving a seat can do so by emailing

Adults: £11
Concessions: £7
Free admission to children accompanied by a paying adult

Cliftonville supporters will occupy The Fisher Stand.