Ollie Horgan

Finn Harps F.C. is looking forward to playing their part with Derry City in tonight’s big fundraiser in aid of the Inishowen Flood Relief Fund at Maginn Park (kick-off 8.00). Harps boss Ollie Horgan is hoping that the charity game will attract a big crowd to support the Inishowen people whose lives have been so badly affected by the catastrophic flooding that occurred just over two weeks ago in the peninsula.

“We want to play our part in supporting the people of Inishowen at this most difficult time for them with so much damage done to homes, businesses and sporting facilities. So its important that the people come out tonight to Maginn Park and make their contribution to the flood relief fund” Horgan said.

Tickets for tonight’s game at Maginn Park can still be bought at a number of outlets throughout Donegal or fans can just pay at the gate. The charity match kicks-off at 8.00.

Tickets outlets:

Gillen’s Gala, Movile

The Squealing Pig, Muff

McGoldrick’s, Strabane

Hirrell’s, Carndonagh

Gillen’s, Moville

Bradley’s, Buncrana

The Lunch Box, Buncrana

Kellys Topaz, Carn

O’Flaherty’s, Buncrana

Michael Murphy’s, Letterkenny

Supervalu, Dungloe

Irwin Electrical Expert, Buncrana

Centra, Clonmany

McGlynn’s, Castlefin

Balor Theatre, Ballybofey

Andies, Stranorlar

Irwin Electrical Expert, Port Road, Letterkenny

Finn Park Office

Mellys Café, Killybegs

Holmes Service Station, Donegal Town

McCauley’s, Lifford

Kernan’s, Newtowncunningham

Kernan’s, Drumkeen

Alexander’s, Ballybofey

Doherty’s Café, Bridgend

Frankie’s Bar, Raphoe

There are a further nine outlets in Derry selling tickets for the game. Details for these are on the Derry City F.C. website.

 

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