Jason Quigley is now ranked as number one in the world following his exploits in the World Championships last week that earned him a silver medal, but the Finn Valley boxer has brought back steel from Kazakhstan too and the middleweight boxer is now more determined than ever to land a World Gold.
With interviews for the manager’s job at Finn Harps due to begin next week the Donegal News has learned that ten of the eleven candidates looking to succeed Peter Hutton as Harps boss are based in Ireland.
Former West Ham United and Liverpool defender Julian Dicks is among the twelve candidates who have applied for the vacant manager’s job at Finn Harps, the Donegal News can reveal.
BY LIAM PORTER THE Board of Finn Harps are to meet tonight to set a date for the club’s Annual General Meeting and the first responsibility for the new board will be to appoint a new manager for the club – one man who could be in the running is former Sligo and Galway boss […]
The unrest at Drogheda United this week following the announcement that the club would not be renewing manager Mick Cooke’s contract next season, could actually be a disadvantage to Finn Harps according to manager Peter Hutton.
The Ulster Senior League’s two best teams of this season – Drumkeen United and Cockhill Celtic – will lock horns this weekend in the final of the Donegal News Ulster Senior League Cup final.
Recent Finn Harps signing Lee Toland talks to Liam Porter about his first goal for the club and the up-coming FAI Cup quarter-final…
SWILLY Rovers manager Jason Gibson has said he will sit down with the club at the end of the season to discuss his future there.
Having thumped Cobh Ramblers 4-0 on Monday night in the FAI Cup replay, Finn Harps make the trip once again to the Cork venue on Saturday night, still buoyed by that fantastic win.
DONEGAL is steeped in talent in the food sector and some of the best produce the country has to offer, it’s only a matter of time before people begin to realise it.