After the high hopes of staying in the Premier Division for a third successive season has come to an end, Finn Harps will play their final game in the top flight for the next year at least when Ollie Horgan’s men travel to take on Bohemians at Dalymount Park on tomorrow night (kick-off 7.45). After.. read more →

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Despite the dreaded relegation news being confirmed, without kicking a ball following the Sligo Rovers win on Saturday night, Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan says his players will still be going all out to secure the three points against the rescheduled League of Ireland Premier Division game against Drogheda Utd tomorrow night in Ballybofey (kick-off.. read more →

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Ollie Horgan brings his Finn Harps side to Maginn Park (kick-off 7.45) tomorrow night on a mission to get something out of the game against Derry City that will keep their hopes of staying in the Premier Division alive with just two more leagues remaining after the Northwest derby.  Tickets for the game are on.. read more →

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When you’re battling for survival in the League of Ireland Premier Division in-form reigning champions Dundalk would not be one’s preferred next opponents. But, it is Stephen Kenny’s star studded squad who Finn Harps face on this Saturday evening at Finn Park (kick-off 5.00). Manager Ollie Horgan acknowledges that it is a daunting task against.. read more →

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Finn Harps make the trip to the Tallaght Stadium (kick-off 8.00) tomorrow night to take on Shamrock Rovers needing to get at least a point to stay on track for a shot at Premier Division survival. With the way results went last weekend Ollie Horgan’s outfit are now third from bottom and back firmly in.. read more →

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Finn Harps FC is getting ready for a massive match against Sligo Rovers tomorrow night in Ballybofey (kick-off 8.00) as the battle to remain in the League of Ireland Premier Division continues for both sides. Ollie Horgan must plan for the clash without his two first choice central defenders as Packie Mailey remains on the.. read more →

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The Finn Harps U15s travel to face the Mayo League this weekend with the game taking place in Castlebar (Kick Off 2pm).  The match is sponsored by M&N Groundworks. Reflecting on last week’s game V Derry u15s, manager Kevin McHugh expressed satisfaction at the overall performance: “The score line certainly didn’t resemble the game. I.. read more →

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Finn Harps return to the Markets Field this Friday night (kick-off 7.45) aiming for at least a draw in the League of Ireland Premier Division after losing to Limerick F.C. in the FAI Senior Cup just six days earlier. It’s yet another crucial game for Ollie Horgan’s outfit who dropped into the bottom three after.. read more →

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Finn Harps turn their attention to the FAI Senior Cup tomorrow evening when Ollie Horgan’s outfit take on Limerick F.C. in the second round of the competition at the Markets Field (kick-off 6.30). It’s going to be a difficult assignment for the visitors against a Limerick side who recorded an excellent 1-0 home league win.. read more →

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The fine form of St. Patrick’s Athletic over the last while is a clear demonstration that Liam Buckley’s side is back playing at a level that saw them competing with the top teams in the League of Ireland Premier Division in recent seasons. That’s the opinion of Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan as he puts.. read more →

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