At United Park, the Finn Harps U19s defeated Drogheda Utd 3-2. In-form Letterkenny lad Zach Gorman scored the second after Stephen Doherty had got the opener. The hosts pulled one back but then Jamie Browne popped up with a crucial third goal in the closing stages. Joe Boyle’s side did have to endure a few.. read more →

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Finn Harps came away with three points on Saturday after a hard earned 1-0 victory over Dundalk at Oriel Park. The first half was a quiet affair though it was the home side that could have opened the scoring early on when Sean O’Donoghue was presented with a chance though Paddy McGarvey was quickly out.. read more →

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The Finn Harps Academy launched their new ‘Player Pathway’ structures and unveiled new managers last night at the club’s offices in the Base Centre, Stranorlar. Head of the Academy Kevin McHugh outlined the vision for the development of underage football from U12 upwards where a new head coach has been installed for the first time… read more →

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All three Finn Harps underage teams are in action this afternoon. Declan Boyle’s U17s are the only side at home while the U19s are on their way to Drogheda and 15s must also travel to Dundalk. All three matches kick-off at 2.00. Harps 17s host Drogheda The Finn Harps U17s will attempt to stay in.. read more →

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While the success of football clubs is often measured by results on the pitch, Finn Harps also have a particular focus on longer term development and structures that will sustain the Club into the future. Last week’s approval for the recommencement of the stadium project is another step forward for the Club as it aims.. read more →

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Finn Harps FC are happy to welcome new signing Noah Barrett from Bonagee United for our U15 side.  Noah has also been part of the Finn Harps Academy. Kevin McHugh welcomed the signing saying,  “Again massive credit has to go to Bonagee United FC and their youth coaches, they have a great and proud history.. read more →

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Finn Harps fell to their first defeat of the season on Saturday losing 4-1 against a well organised St Pats side at Finn Park. St Pats had the first chance of the game within the opening minute when Ben McCormack curled a free kick around the Harps wall though Patrick McGarvey was across quick to.. read more →

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Kevin McHugh’s Finn Harps U15s are getting ready for a very big game against St Patrick’s Athletic in Ballybofey this afternoon (kick-off 2.00). The two sides are separated only by goal difference with Pat’s second and Harps third in Group 1 of the National League. Both are just two points behind leaders Bohemians who are.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U17s progressed to the quarter finals of the Mark Farren Cup after defeating Sligo Rovers 4-3 at the Curragh on Wednesday night. Declan Boyle’s boys went in 1-1 at the break after Carndonagh’s Luke Rudden had given them the lead. The visitors then went ahead before captain Darragh Ellison made it 2-2.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U19s secured themselves a place in the quarter finals of the Enda McGuill Cup thanks to a 3-1 victory over local rivals Derry City on Tuesday night. Jamie Browne was the match winner with a fine hat-trick. Browne had Joe Boyle’s side 2-0 up at the break before completing his hat-trick in.. read more →

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