Former Finn Harps players Marc Walsh of Swansea City, Shane Blaney of Doncaster Rovers and Conor O’Reilly who has recently signed for Ipswich, visited Finn Park this week to reflect on their time at Donegal’s senior club and spoke about their new lives in the challenging world of professional football abroad. All three spoke highly.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U17s are through to the next round of the Mark Farren Cup after a 4-0 win over Derry City at the Brandywell on Saturday. Declan Boyle’s side led 1-0 at the interval thanks to a Jamie Doherty goal. A Conor O’Reilly goal gave the visitors a significant advantage early in the second.. read more →

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The organizers of the Finn Harps Schools Programme made a small presentation to Conor O Reilly on Friday night in Ballybofey, during the Athlone Town game, to thank him for all his work over the past year and also to mark his departure to start his new footballing career at Ipswich Town in a couple.. read more →

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Harps Head of Academy Kevin McHugh has expressed his satisfaction at seeing Jamie Browne make his first team debut in Wexford, as efforts in the Harps Academy continue to bear fruit.  “The recent debuts from our U17/U19 players are a welcome trend to our Academy and long may it continue.  We are trying to do.. read more →

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There’s a break from league action tomorrow for the Finn Harps U17s who make the short journey to the Brandywell to take Derry City in the first round of the cup competition (kick-off 2.00). Declan Boyle’s boys certainly have a chance of advancing but there’s little to choose between the sides in terms of league.. read more →

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Applications for the position of under thirteen Manager/Coach have now closed. We thank all those who have applied the club are delighted with the response and the calibre of the candidates. Interviews will be held in the near future. Applications for the Finn Harps Schools Programme are now closed.  We thank all for the record.. read more →

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MUCFP 0-2 Finn Harps go into the mid season break on the back of a hard fought away victory against MUCFP. Two first half goals set them on their way to a win that keeps them joint top of U15 Group 1. Harps started quick and had a number of chances early on created by.. read more →

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A penalty five minutes from time gave top of the table St. Patrick’s Athletic U17s victory over an unlucky Finn Harps 17s at a sunny Finn Park on Saturday.  Pats came into the game as favourites looking to strengthen their top of table status but they were made to work very hard by an energetic.. read more →

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All three Finn Harps underage sides are in action this weekend. Tomorrow the Harps U17s host St. Patrick’s Athletic in Ballybofey (kick-off 2.00). On Sunday the U19s travel to take on Pat’s at Richmond Park while the U15s make the shorter trip to play Cavan/Monaghan at Gortakeegan. It’s a big game at Finn Park tomorrow.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U15s will travel to Gortakeegan this weekend to face Monaghan Cavan FP.  Ahead of the game, Kevin McHugh reflected on last week’s draw in Drogheda, “Last week’s game with Drogheda was tight affair and exactly what we expected and were very well organised to be fair. We could have kept the ball a.. read more →

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