Published Sunday, 26 August 2012
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Malone made a remarkable 29-16 win over Ballymena at Gibson Park on Saturday.
The Belfast side ran in five tries in a comfortable victory, three in the first half and two in the second.
Malone had led 17-6 at the break and Ballymena replied with two second half touchdowns in an entertaining contest.
Coach Jacque Benade was delighted with the team's continued success following the their promotion in the All Ireland series last season.
"Both teams were not at full strength but it's always nice to go and beat the guys," he told UTV.
"Ulster is one of the heavyweights, Ballymena has a lot of character there, they put a lot of plays in Ulster rugby and I think to go and beat them today was a massive step for us and maybe give that belief that we need for the rest of the season."
Elsewhere Belfast Harlequins fell to a surprise 8-0 defeat against Armagh at Deramore Park where John Faloon was the try scorer.
In the other games Ballynahinch ran in six tries in beating Instonians 36-13 while Queen's were 24-22 winners over Rainey at the Dub Arena.