By Frank Craig Mark Anthony McGinley is an interesting character. Goalkeepers usually are. You always wonder why someone ends up between the posts. Was it because they were last picked in the playground or was it because they just didn’t fancy all that running around outfield? Advertisement Most of the time it’s because they’re as […]
Mark Anthony McGinley and Finn Harps will take on Derry City tonight.
Donegal manager Rory Gallagher has named his starting fifteen to face Fermanagh on Sunday in MacCumhaill Park.
GAA – DR MCKENNA CUP By Harry Walsh WITH less than two weeks to go before Donegal begin their Dr McKenna Cup campaign against Derry, new team manager Rory Gallagher has finalised his new-look panel. Advertisement There are a total of thirteen new faces, including Eoin McHugh (Kilcar) and Conor Parke (St Eunan’s) who played […]
CIARAN Gallagher doesn’t want to act out his own version of the Parabal of the Prodigal Son.
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
IN THE space of an hour last Friday, Ollie Horgan’s attacking options suffered two hammer blows, writes Chris McNulty
A DECISION on Ruairi Keating’s future at Finn Harps will be known ‘one way or the other’ before Sligo Rovers leave Dublin Airport on Tuesday morning for their Europa League game against FK Banga in Lithuania.