“Debutant Richie Towell scores last minute winner for Rotherham.” The headlines that most will have read on the 9th of September with the significance gaining the former Dundalk man a mention.
Over the past couple of years several players have moved across ‘the pond’ and once established, fans seem to forget
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
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’
With the league season just several hours away I spoke to Cobh Ramblers’ Dean Swords on how important it is to back your local League of Ireland team whether it be Finn Harps or Galway, Cobh or Waterford or the leagues newest entrants a couple of season’s ago, Blackrock’s
A fast and physical introduction with a long ball tactic being adopted by both sides early on.
Sligo’s mixed play found space in a tight harps defence however nothing came of several over the top through balls in what was a rather uneventful opening 10 minutes.
Several players on trial with
On a night where the general aims for the season were outlined it can be said that Finn Harps are indeed a club who are looking to move forward in this upcoming season.
Progress was the main topic of discussion, when other teams have went bust in season’s gone by
Finn Harps have been drawn at home to Cork for the first game in their 2017 season.
Last season when the two teams came face to face; Cork were victorious in all 3 ties however the winning margin never surpassed 2 goals which was a positive for Harps being able