Mark Farren Cup Final: Finn Harps U17s 1-0 Cork City Daragh Ellison’s 88th minute penalty proved enough for the Finn Harps U17s to land the Mark Farren Cup title in Ballybofey. The Harps skipper, who has a good track record from spot-kicks, fired home after Gabby Aduaka had been fouled. It was a deserved triumph for.. read more →

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Finn Harps continued their solid start to the U15 National League Final 8 section with a credible 2-2 draw with Shamrock Rovers. The visitors managed by Damien Duff were denied a win by a late Oran McGrath headed which sealed a point for Harps. Shamrock Rovers settled into the game quickly and had the lions.. read more →

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The Airtricity U15s play-off series continues for Finn Harps this afternoon when Kevin McHugh’s side takes on Shamrock Rovers at the Curragh (kick-off 2pm). McHugh will be without Fionnan Coyle and Daniel Gildea who flew out yesterday with the Republic of Ireland U16 squad to Sofia for two international friendlies against Bulgaria next week. However,.. read more →

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This evening the Finn Harps U17s squad will step out onto the Finn Park pitch on a mission to be crowned Mark Farren Cup champions in Ballybofey (kick-off 5 p.m.). Standing in their way is very formidable opposition in the form of Cork City. For Declan Boyle’s boys it will be the biggest match of.. read more →

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Last Friday Finn Harps hosted a Family Fun Day at the Academy grounds in Killygordon. The day was put together by the Finn Harps Schools Programme and Academy with the support of the F.A.I. and local schoolboy teams and parents. We want to thank all who assisted Coaches, Teams, Parents, FAI. Children who participated in football.. read more →

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It will be a proud day for everyone at the club when Finn Park hosts the Final of the Mark Farren Cup on Saturday (Kickoff 5pm) when Harps U17s take on Cork City U17s in what promises be a thrilling encounter. Cork U17s qualified for the final having beaten Cabinteely in the semi and Galway.. read more →

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Despite losing to near neighbours Derry City on Saturday afternoon in Ballybofey the Finn Harps U19s remain third in the Northern Section of the Elite National League. It was two Ramelton men who did the damage for the visitors with Connor Gormley scoring twice including the winner from the penalty spot while Shane McNamee had.. read more →

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Finn Harps secured an excellent 0-0 away draw against St Kevins Boys/Bohemians on Saturday in the first match of the U15s play-off series. Kevin McHugh’s boys now face a tough home test against Shamrock Rovers next weekend but will have to do it without Fionnan Coyle and Daniel Gildea who have been included on the.. read more →

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Irish call-ups for Harps boys  There was good news for the Finn Harps F.C. Academy this week as two of their players, Fionnan Coyle and Daniel Gildea, have been called up to the Republic of Ireland U16 squad for two away international matches in Bulgaria. Meanwhile, goalkeeper Patrick McGarvey is on stand-by for the same.. read more →

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The Harps U15s have qualified for the top eight phase of the league and face stiff competition from Limerick, Shamrock Rovers and Bohemian FC.  Bohs finished 2 points ahead of Harps (who finished third) in Group 1, while Shamrock Rovers won Group 2 and Limerick were 2nd in Group 3. The Harps U15s are sponsored.. read more →

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