All three Finn Harps underage teams have games tomorrow with the biggest match being in Killygordon where Kevin McHugh’s U15s face a fancied Bohemians/St. Kevin’s Boys side in the play-off series where a win for the hosts would put them into the semi-finals of the competition. Kick-off at the Curragh is 2.00. Declan Boyle’s 17s.. read more →

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Looking forward to the Harps U15s game against a very highly regard Bohemian FC / St Kevin’s Boys side this weekend, Kevin McHugh is both satisfied with progress to date and looking to surprise a few people once again: “Qualifying for the last 8 nationally out of 24 clubs was a great achievement, and it’s.. read more →

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Finn Harps Football Club is looking to develop their Girls Academy with that in mind are inviting those interested in getting involved to Killygordon this Sunday morning (9.30 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.). It is a programme that will run alongside the Club’s Boys Academy. Head of the Academy Kevin McHugh is asking clubs across Donegal.. read more →

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Harps U15s win in Limerick The Finn Harps U15s made it back-to-back victories against Limerick in the national playoff series on Saturday at the Markets Field with the 2-0 result making the journey back north feel much shorter. Republic of Ireland U15 international Daniel Gildea and Conor Campbell got a goal in each half and.. read more →

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It’s going to be another busy weekend for the underage teams at Finn Harps F.C. The U15s after recording a crucial 4-1 win over Limerick F. C. at the Curragh last weekend are making the long journey south to meet the same opposition at Hogan Park this evening (kick-off 5pm).  Meanwhile, this afternoon the U19s.. read more →

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It was another busy Saturday for the underage teams at Finn Harps F.C. The U15s recorded a crucial 4-1 win over Limerick F. C. at the Curragh with Daryl Porter and Jamie McDaid both scoring twice. Full report HERE. Meanwhile at Finn Park the Harps U17s moved on from their historic Mark Farren Cup triumph.. read more →

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Finn Harps kept up their solid start to the Final 8 phase of the U15 National League with an impressive 4-1 victory over visitors Limerick F.C. on Saturday evening.  The first half largely went by without any action of note as both sides struggled to create chances though the deadlock was broken just prior to.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U15s will continue their quest for success in the play-off stages of the national competition this afternoon when Kevin McHugh’s boys host Limerick F.C. at the Curragh in Killygordon (kick-off 3.30). After two draws so far in the series against Bohemians (away) and Shamrock Rovers in Killygordon last Saturday, McHugh knows that.. read more →

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After the historic Mark Farren Cup Final triumph last weekend the Finn Harps U17s return to league action this afternoon with an Elite Northern Section match against Dundalk in Ballybofey (kick-off 2.00). Declan Boyle’s boys have already qualified for the knockout stages of the competition but will want to retain their second place in the.. read more →

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It’s been a great week for Finn Harps with the U17s making history by becoming the first underage side from the club to capture a national title after winning the Mark Farren Cup on Saturday evening in Ballybofey. Last Friday, Harps U19 player Michael Gallagher came on as a second half sub for the Republic.. read more →

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