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Signed from Shelbourne by Brian Kerr at the start of the 1987-88, Mark, the son of former St Pat's player Noel Ennis, became an integral part of the team which won the League Championship in 1990.
Having been signed to play on the right wing, Mark took over the centre forward spot when Paddy Dillon left for Australia before the 1988-89 season.
He developed very quickly into the leading and most consistant goalscorer in the country. His pace and goalscoring ability were extraordinary.
In the 1990 season he scored over 30 goals. He moved to Derry City in the summer of 1992 and returned to St Pats in October 1993, inevitably, scoring in his first game back against Cork City in the League Cup quarter final, in Harold's Cross on 24th October 1993.
It was fitting that such an icon of St Patrick's Athletic should have scored in our first competitve game in the refurbished Richmond Park, against Shelbourne, on 5th December 1993.
Mark retired form the League of Ireland at the end of 1993-94, his talent forever ingrained in the memory of those privilaged to have seen him play.
Previous Clubs: Shelbourne