Cobh made the long journey home with the three points.
OLLIE Horgan is hoping that captain Kevin McHugh can rediscover his magic to find the goals his Finn Harps side so desperately crave between now and the end of the season.
OLLIE Horgan remains on the lookout for additions to his strike force, but the Finn Harps manager has admitted that the club’s budgetary restraints have made his transfer window advances fruitless.
Finn Harps 0 Cobh Ramblers 0 Report by Chris McNulty at Finn Park FINN Harps’ lack of firepower and creativity was laid bare on Friday night as Cobh Ramblers left Ballybofey with a share of the spoils on an uninspiring night for the Finn Park faithful. It was a night of few chances for Ollie […]
A CENTRE-BACK right out of the old school, Keith Cowan has been delighted in recent weeks with Finn Harps grinding out three one-nil wins.
IN THE space of an hour last Friday, Ollie Horgan’s attacking options suffered two hammer blows, writes Chris McNulty
PACKIE Mailey’s return from suspension gives Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan something of a selection dilemma ahead of Friday night’s clash against Galway FC at Eamonn Deacy Park (kick-off 7.45pm).
Chris McNulty speaks to the Finn Harps midfielder Thomas Bonnar….
FINN Park could break the 1,000 attendance barrier this Saturday night when Finn Harps take on Galway FC.
FINN Harps manager Ollie Horgan has challenged his players to see if they can repeat their tricks when the First Division’s big guns roll into town in the coming weeks.