Finn Harps face St Patrick’s Athletic in Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final at Richmond Park
Chris McNulty hears from Finn Harps captain Kevin McHugh ahead of Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final
CHRIS MCNULTY goes back in time and finds that Finn Harps have had plenty of previous dramas when it comes to FAI Cup semi-finals…
BY CHRIS MCNULTY KEVIN McHugh took on the role of manager of the Donegal Schoolboys Under-12 team last season with a view to honing the talents of young players in Donegal – and keeping them within the boundaries of the county. McHugh played his youth football in Donegal, turning out mainly for Killea FC, but […]
FINN Harps are ninety minutes from a first FAI Cup final appearance since 1999, but will need the upset of all upsets to make it to the Aviva Stadium as current Premier Division champions St Patrick’s Athletic stand in the way of Ollie Horgan’s men in Sunday’s semi-final (Richmond Park, 1.45pm, live RTE 2).
FINN Harps expect to be backed by a vocal contingent of around 500 supporters for Sunday’s semi-final against St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.
FOR only the third time this season, Finn Harps recorded a League win at Finn Park on Friday night, but the manner of the 3-2 win over second-placed Shelbourne was an albeit late sign of what Ollie Horgan’s side is capable of.
FINN Harps are likely to leave their big guns behind when they play Wexford Youths on Tuesday night, five days before Ollie Horgan’s team face St Patrick’s Athletic in Sunday’s FAI Cup semi-final at Richmond Park.
OLLIE Horgan was disappointed to have been left biting at his fingernails towards the end of Finn Harps’ FAI Cup clash with Belgrove/Home Farm on Friday night.
Pat McCann’s eighth-goal handed Ollie Horgan’s team a passage into the third round of the FAI Cup at the expense of Belgrove/Home Farm.