CIARAN Gallagher doesn’t want to act out his own version of the Parabal of the Prodigal Son.
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 are into the FAI Cup semi-finals for the first time since 1999
Finn Harps 0 Shamrock Rovers B 1 By Chris McNulty at Finn Park THE silence at the end told the feeling of another night of home frustration for Finn Harps. Advertisement Ben Connolly’s last, long blow of the whistle was met by an eerie response at Finn Park as home supporters departed pondering a night […]
OLLIE Horgan has vowed that Finn Harps will fight to the bitter end this season.
WHILE Michael Funston, Caoimhin Bonner and Keith Cowan all return from suspension, Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan is still not guaranteed to be able to select from a full panel for his team’s meeting with Wexford Youths on Friday night
Finn Harps 0 Galway FC 0 By Chris McNulty at Finn Park IT was Finn Harps’s season in a nutshell at Finn Park on Friday night. Advertisement A scoreless draw with Galway FC made Ollie Horgan’s words of last month ring true once more. The Harps manager had said that his team would be ‘hard […]
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 […]
Finn Harps 0 Longford Town 1 By Chris McNulty at Finn Park Photos by Gary Foy ON A night when Finn Harps failed to trouble the Longford Town goalkeeper, Paul Hunt, a cracking free-kick from Glen O’Connor handed the midlanders a deserved win on Friday night. Advertisement Substitute O’Connor’s goal was superbly taken. After Josh […]
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.