Finn Harps have been hit with the news that in-form central defender Sam Todd will miss tomorrow night’s big FAI Senior Cup second round tie again Dundalk at Oriel Park (kick-off 7.45). It will mean a reshuffle at the heart of the defence for Ollie Horgan against the top team in the country. Harps already.. read more →

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On paper it might seem like an easy three points for Finn Harps when they travel to take on Athlone Town this Friday night (kick-off 7.45) but that couldn’t be further from reality according to manager Ollie Horgan. “This will be a really tough test for us because there is an expectancy from our fans.. read more →

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Ollie Horgan and Paul Hegarty have this week turned their attentions from the battle for a place in the league play-offs to this Friday night’s FAI Senior Cup tie against Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds (kick-off 7.45). A victory with the possibility of a home draw in the next round would be a boost.. read more →

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Wexford may be second from bottom of the League of Ireland First Division but they won’t make easy opponents for Finn Harps tomorrow night in Ballybofey (kick-off 8.00). That’s according to Harps manager Ollie Horgan who saw them secure a very creditable draw against second from top Drogheda Utd last Friday night at Ferrycarrig Park… read more →

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Ollie Horgan will be a happy manager coming out of St. Colman’s Park tomorrow night (kick-off 7.45) if Finn Harps can repeat the win they got there against Cobh Ramblers in the middle of March. But after the long journey to Cork, Harps will have to put in a very big shift against the hosts.. read more →

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Regardless of how tomorrow night’s big match goes in Ballybofey (kick-off 8.00) the Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan says their opponents Shelbourne will remain in the promotion hunt until the end of the season. “Shelbourne are the most experienced side in this First Division. They have power and pace that will certainly test us tomorrow.. read more →

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Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan wants his players rise to the occasion when Longford Town come to Ballybofey tomorrow night (kick-off 8.00). One of the motivational tools during the week would have been fact that just six weeks ago Longford inflicted a 4-2 defeat on Harps at Finn Park. Unsurprisingly it was a loss that.. read more →

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The 2018 Denis O’Neill Memorial Cup take places tomorrow evening (Saturday) in Finn Park, with a 5pm kick-off. Following last years ‘clash of the fans’ game in Finn Park, which was hugely enjoyed by Denis O’Neill and his family, Finn Park stalwarts for over 40 years, we sadly lost one of Harps most well known.. read more →

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Ollie Horgan is under no illusions about the scale of the challenge that Finn Harps face against Drogheda Utd on this Friday night (kick-off 7.45) in an away League of Ireland First Division game. The hosts who are second in the table closed the gap on leaders UCD to four points after their 2-1 home.. 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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