Kevin McHugh has confirmed the latest 2 signings for his U15 side: Luke McGlynn and Mark Mbuli both from Cappry Rovers. “On behalf of Finn Harps FC, I’d like to thank Cappry Rovers FC and their underage coaches for their huge contribution in helping these boys reach national league standard.  Both boys have nothing but.. read more →

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Following their 3-0 away win over Longford Town on Sunday the Finn Harps U17s have moved up to third in the Elite North Section of the National League. Former Kilmacrennan Celtic player Conor Black had Declan Boyle’s side 1-0 in front at the interval. Joel Bradley Walsh and Carndonagh lad Luke Rudden got the second.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U15s had to settle in the end for a draw 2-2 against Shelbourne at the AUL Complex on Saturday. It was a disappointing finish as Kevin McHugh’s side had led 2-0 at a stage thanks to goals from Jack Dwyer and Drew McKinney. It was Dwyer’s second goal in the space of.. read more →

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Former Letterkenny Rovers player Zach Gorman scored twice as the Finn Harps U19s got back to winning ways after overcoming bottom of the table Longford Town 5-2 in Ballybofey on Saturday. Keelin McGill headed Joe Boyle’s side in front from a Corrie Lee Bogan. Gorman and Stephen Doherty stretched that advantage out to 3-0 by.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U19s have home advantage for the second successive week as Joe Boyle’s side hosts Longford Town in Ballybofey this afternoon (kick-off 2pm). Harps are third in the table while the visitors are bottom with 15 points separating the two teams. Harps 15s away to Shels Meanwhile the Finn Harps U15s are in.. read more →

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Finn Harps returned to action after the summer break with a hard earned 2-1 victory over northwest rivals Derry City. A late Daryl Porter winner saw Harps take all three points at a sun drenched Finn Park.  Harps started on the front foot and were presented with a chance within the opening two minutes. Jack.. read more →

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The Finn Harps Underage Committee has finalized a review of its underage structures and a plan for 2019 and beyond will be unveiled in the coming weeks. A full study of the workings of underage football has now been completed and a blueprint for the future direction of the Finn Harps Academy is expected to.. read more →

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U15s comeback to defeat Derry The Finn Harps maintained their unbeaten start to Group 1 of the National U15 League season on Saturday evening thanks to a super comeback against neighbours Derry City in Ballybofey to win 2-1 in the end. The result put Kevin McHugh’s side clear at the top of the table having.. read more →

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There’s a unique double header at Finn Park today with two high flying Harps underage sides in action. First up is the U19s who host Bohemians at 2.00 while later in day the U15s have a North West derby against Derry City (kick-off 5.30). Meanwhile the Harps U17s are on their way to Dublin to.. read more →

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  All three Finn Harps underage sides are in action tomorrow in the Elite Northern Section of the National League. There’s a double header at Finn Park where the U19s host Bohemians at 2.00 while in the early evening the U15s have a big North West derby against Derry City (kick-off 5.30). The Harps U17s.. read more →

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