Shamrock Rovers quest for the double continues
By Gerard Mulreaney (
With the league now done and dusted, and the championship trophy nicely tucked away, Shamrock Rovers will look to achieve the double as they take on Finn Harps in the second FAI Cup quarter final on Friday.
Continue reading “Bradley says “There’ll be no excuses” as Rovers chase the double”
By Gerard Mulreaney
After plenty of speculation in recent weeks, Ollie Horgan has finally signed an extension to his contract and will remain at Finn Harps for a further two years.
Continue reading “Horgan extends as Harps look ahead”
By Dermot Keely (
Well the end of the season has come…..I think the League of Ireland teams can be proud of themselves. Attendances are up, the football has improved, and if you take out the antics of the FAI I’d say the product has definitely improved.
Continue reading “And that’s a Wrap”
Finn Harps will hope to take advantage of International call-ups to surprise Premier Division leaders Shamrock Rovers in the only game in the top division on Friday night.
Continue reading “Finn Harps set to battle for points against the league leaders”
Image created by Ciaran MacLochlainn. Finn Harps F.C. Chairperson Sean Quinn and manager Ollie Horgan have paid tribute to the great service given to the club by Mickey Funston, as he made his final appearance as a late sub in Friday night’s Northwest derby against Sligo at the Showgrounds. Continue reading “Tribute to Finn Harps retiree Michael Funston”
It’s the final game before the summer break, and a North-West Derby to boot, as Sligo’s Showgrounds Sligo Rovers host Finn Harps at the Showgrounds in what should be a real cracker. Continue reading “Thoughts of Gerard Lyttle and Ollie Horgan ahead of tonight’s big North-West Derby”
Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan has suspension and injury headaches ahead of tomorrow night’s League of Ireland Premier Division game against St. Patrick’s Athletic in Ballybofey. Continue reading “Troubles mount for Finn Harps boss Ollie Horgan”
Finn Harps will travel to the City of the Tribes tomorrow night to take on a rejuvenated Galway United with doubts over Paddy McCourt, but manager Ollie Horgan is even more concerned about the frailties at the back. Continue reading ““Need to tighten up defensively” says Harps boss Horgan”