While hopes of staying in the Premier Division are now hanging by a thread Paddy McCourt’s focus is firmly on Finn Harps putting everything into trying to win their final two games of the season starting with the game against Drogheda Utd on this Friday night in Ballybofey. The former
Dundalk's trip to Finn Park to face Finn Harps in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division will be broadcast live on RTE2.
In order to facilitate the live transmission of the fixture, the kick-off time has now been changed to 5pm from the original time of 7.45pm, on Saturday, October 7th.
After all the votes were counted for our poll on ‘League of Ireland fans favourite away trip’, Premier Division side Galway United came out on top.
We gave our readers the choice of all the 20 League of Ireland clubs and below are the top
1st - Galway United (Eamonn Deacy Park)
Finn Harp's midfielder Paddy McCourt has scored another world class goal.
The 'Derry Pele' scored in Harp's two-one loss to relegation rivals Sligo Rovers on Saturday evening.
Have a look here to see the goal.
Ahead of Monday's Soccer Republic, here's a little teaser of Paddy McCourt doing what Paddy McCourt does for
In a match that can only be described as a relegation battle of two northern teams, it was the visitors who walked off the pitch with a smile on their face.
A lively start and if you came to the game thinking that it’d be any different, you would be immediately
Finn Harps travelled to Limerick for the second time in 6 days and put that loss behind to defeat Limerick 2-0. Goals in either half from Tommy McBride and Danny Morrissey secured the win for Harps.
Limerick started the game straight on the front foot and had 2 great chances in
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
For most teams, this weekend brought a close to the second round of games in the league of Ireland premier division as the games continue to come thick and fast. Cork travelled to Bray Wanderers on Sunday in search of 3 points and to extend their lead to 15 points
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