A Ronan Murray brace in the closing 15 minutes gave the tribesmen the victory that they had been searching for after a disappointing loss to cork the following week, despite having opened the scoring.
Shane Keegan surely was hoping it wasn’t going to be a repeat when Gavan Holohan opened the
Ollie Horgan’s Finn Harps side picked up their sixth win of the campaign just north of the capital.
An explosive start saw Sean Houston break down the left before delivering a low cross, subsequently dealt with but only as far as the edge of the box, with Harps rewarded with a
On the 29th of July in an aim to keep Finn Harps in the premier division a fundraising ‘grudge match’ will be held in Finn Park at 6pm between the two sets of supporters.
The 54 Crew united with “the fans on the terrace” despite going to war on the pitch
Growing up in Ireland, A country so proud of our history has always had competition to contend with the sport we today call football.
GAA being our national sport, one that so many play and love provides a stern matchup to soccer. England for example who many will agree consider ‘football’
Finn Harps have released a powerful promotional video ahead of their next League of Ireland fixture with Shamrock Rovers on friday.
The video is entitled 'Unify and Defy' shows Jonny Bonner training in his home town of Buncrana and the dedication push that is needed to succeed.
Have a look yourself.
By Connor McGinty.
Finn Harps moved out of the relegation zone after a superb 3-2 victory at home to Limerick after brushing a side Liam Buckley's men on Monday night.
As we learned on Monday early starts are vital and Harps replicated the impressive start witnessed on Monday. Ciaran Coll from the
Finn Harps FC are looking forward to welcoming Jason Quigley back to Finn Park for this evening's game against Limerick.
The twin towns man is the current holder of the North American Boxing Federation Middleweight Champion's belt and has won all 13 of his professional fights. Quigley won
A first half brace for Danny Morrissey saw the fellow Cork City man bag his first goals in the blue and white under the guidance of Ollie Horgan.
A crucial three points that now see the Ballybofey club being 1 of 5 clubs who sit on a tally of 14 points,
Friday’s 3-0 victory away at Finn Harps was a momentous result for Bray Wanderers. The win – achieved with goals from Gary McCabe, Ryan Brennan and Keith Buckley – kept the Seagulls clear of Dundalk in second place in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division, and for this reason
During the week I remember telling a friend how I always seem to find the positives regardless of the reality in front of me, however despite all the affection I may have for Finn Harps it’s very difficult to give praise after the performance against Bray.
A rather poor start