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,
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
Sports broadcaster Eir Sport has announced that they will show the League of Ireland fixture between Dundalk & Finn Harps at Oriel Park on June 23rd.
The game will kick off at 7.45pm.
Dundalk defeated Ollie Horgan's men 2-0 up in Ballybofey in April with a brace from David McMillan.
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Two injury hit sides played out a bruising encounter in Phibsboro this evening. With a massive three points on the line, it was the home side who came out as victors thanks to an own goal and a thunderbolt from Brennan.
The Gypsies came into the game a
Having just made it in time for the game I had high hopes for the fixture after witnessing Limerick’s demolition of Drogheda last Saturday in the Markets Field.
Two early goals saw a poor Drogheda side unable to answer Limerick’s class on the night.
Making my journey home to Castlebar I
A David McMillan double kept the title hopes alive for Stephen Kenny’s men who are 6 points behind a Cork side who have a record-equalling 8 wins from their first 8 games.
An interesting opening 20 minutes saw a fairly even passage of football with Harps playing at an impressive
A late 89th minute winner scored by Simon Madden sent the ballybofey side down the road unlucky not to be leaving with a second half performance that deserved a point.
It was a dream start for Stephen Bradley’s Rovers side with David McAllister letting go from a distance guiding a
Ciaran O’Connor is very quickly becoming a fans favourite on the Ballybofey terraces despite only being on loan from Dundalk.
With another brilliant display and a goal to add to his current tally it’s evident why with a great energetic performance every game.
Sligo had the first real chance
A repeat of the 2015 Relegation/Promotion play-off saw Limerick host Finn Harps at The Marketsfield. A healthy crowd of 1100 turned out at the Marketsfield despite a 2 p.m kick off.
The game started at a really slow tempo, with Limerick stringing passes around the back but with
Just three games in and this already had potential to be a big game for both teams and their respective seasons.
An explosive start saw a Galway predominance in the first 5 minutes. Vinny Faherty found the net however only to be ruled out for offside and no sooner had