Gareth Harkin and Paddy McCourt have committed to Finn Harps for another season.
The club confirmed this afternoon that the two midfielders had agreed terms and signed new contracts for the 2018 League of Ireland First Division campaign.
Manager Ollie Horgan expressed satisfaction that Harkin and McCourt will form part of
Finn Harps Football Club wishes to confirm that Ollie Horgan has been re-appointed as senior team manager this evening.
Horgan has agreed a new two-year contract until the end of the 2019 season with the option of a third year also part of the deal.
Finn Harps Chairperson Sean Quinn said
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
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
Finn Harps Football Club has confirmed that an agreement has been reached with Ollie Horgan, extending his contract as senior team manager until the end of the 2017.
Secretary John Campbell on behalf of the Board of Directors confirmed they were pleased that the deal had been agreed with
Finn Harps Football Club is to begin work on a new strategic plan at the beginning of next month. Mike Gaffney, the Managing Director of LEAP has been appointed to assist in the development of a coherent strategy that will enable the long term sustainability and development of the club.
Harps start a vital series of home fixtures against bottom of the table Longford Town this Friday night in Ballybofey (kick-off 8.00) with Ollie Horgan’s side looking to pick up the three points that would boost their efforts to avoid dropping towards the relegation zone. Harps are currently five points
A fast start was expected by Dundalk in this fixture and they delivered, with only 5 minutes on the clock the league leaders were ahead.
Paddy McEleney intercepted a Finn Harps throw in on the left hand side of the pitch and drifted past two players heading into the centre of
Reigning League of Ireland Premier Division champions Dundalk will be raging hot favourites to defeat Finn Harps in this Monday night’s rescheduled fixture at Oriel Park (kick-off 7.45). So it’s going to be a daunting task for Ollie Horgan’s men to get even a point from this clash. Harps have