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Harps Battle to Survival in Finn Park

In a dramatic game that was as much a battle of will as of football prowess, Harps battled to another playoff triumph against a resolute Drogheda.

Drogheda Take Narrow Lead Into Friday's Finale

All to play for on Friday night at Finn Park.

Much Changed Harps Defeated in Final League Game

Harps made extensive changes for this visit to the Brandywell as Jamie Bell, Jack Doherty and Kieran Farren all made their first debuts for Harps.

Harps Overcome Waterford, Playoff Place Secured

A Josh Smith header was enough to secure the points as Harps won against the Blues for the third time this season.

Bolger Breaks Harps Hearts Once More

Despite fashioning some good chances and some heroics from Mark Anthony McGinley, Harps once again left Tallght with nothing to show for their effort as another late Greg Bolger was the difference on the night.

Harps Draw With UCD

It is a point that could prove priceless in so many ways as Finn Harps maintained a six-point advantage on UCD in the battle for Premier Division survival.

Harps lose after first half shocker

A report from the Showgrounds as a super ten minute spell propels Sligo to a win over the Harps on Friday night.

Pat’s punish poor Harps

A poor second half Finn Harps performance was punished St Patrick’s Athletic in Ballybofey on Friday night.

Harps well beaten at Oriel Park

A report from Friday's action at Oriel Park as Harps are downed convincingly by league leaders Dundalk. Report by Declan Kerr Finn Harps PRO

FAI Cup exit for Harps

A 22nd minute Dan Carr goal proved enough for Shamrock Rovers to get the better of Finn Harps on Friday night

Three wins in a row for Harps

For the first time this season Finn Harps recorded a win over Bohemians and it was a significant result

Horgan’s men hit a high note

A 65th minute Harry Ascroft goal secured Finn Harps a precious three points against Derry City in a Northwest derby on Friday night.

Three points for Harps at the RSC

A report from the RSC as Harps secured a huge bounce back win on Friday night.

Blow for Harps at Belfield

Report by Declan Kerr as Harps go down 1-0 at relegation rivals UCD on Friday night.

Harps draw some comfort

Ollie Horgan saw his Finn Harps side secure a valuable share of the spoils against Cork City in Ballybofey on Friday night.

Boyle brace gives Harps a lift

Two goals from striker Nathan Boyle helped Finn Harps to a a very welcome win over Sligo Rovers in Ballybofey on Friday night.

Late goal heartbreak for Harps

Finn Harps suffered their fifth defeat on the trot as a late goal from sub Jake Walker gave St. Patrick’s Athletic victory at Richmond Park on Friday night.

Harps lose again to Bohs

For the third time this season Finn Harps suffered defeat at the hands of Bohemians and it was a result that most disappointed manager Ollie Horgan from a defensive perspective.

Harps miss out on EA Cup semi-final

A much improved Finn Harps were unlucky to miss out on a place on the EA Sports Cup semi-final place after an extra-time defeat to Derry City on Monday night.

Harps Defeated at Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium

Finn Harps returned to the foot of the League of Ireland Premier Division table after losing to North West neighbours Derry City at Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium on Friday night.

Conor Black free-kick winner for Harps

The Finn Harps U17s extended their winning run to four games with victory at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium earlier this afternoon against Derry City in a Northwest derby.

Relief for Horgan as Harps win for first time

Ollie Horgan masterminded a first Premier Division win of the season for Finn Harps against fellow strugglers UCD in Ballybofey on Friday night.

Harps draw some comfort in Cork

Keith Cowan’s 76th minute goal secured Finn Harps a valuable point against Cork City on Monday night at Turners Cross.

Pat’s pour more misery on Harps

St. Patrick’s Athletic inflicted another defeat on Finn Harps on Easter Bank Holiday Monday

Bohs blues for Harps

Ollie Horgan is still looking for a first League of Ireland Premier Division win after Bohemians bagged all three points in Ballybofey on Friday night thanks to a 38th minute Daniel Grant goal.

Doherty delivers on debut

On his ever appearance in a competitive game for Finn Harps, Stephen Doherty capped an impressive debut with the winning goal as Ollie Horgan’s outfit advanced to the quarter-finals of the EA Sports League Cup

10-men Harps lose at the RSC

Waterford FC 4-0 Finn Harps, seventh defeat of the season for Ollie Horgan’s side who remain bottom of the Premier Division table with UCD two points above them.

Bolger breaks Harps hearts

A super 85th minute strike from Greg Bolger saw Shamrock Rovers secure a win over Finn Harps in Ballybofey on Friday night that puts the Hoops seven points clear at the top of the League of Ireland Premier Division.

Second half goals sink Harps

Finn Harps slipped to bottom of the Premier Division table after losing to UCD at the Belfield Bowl on Friday night.

Defeat for Horgan's men after seven goal thriller

Report from Finn Park as Cork City edge a 4-3 thriller. Photo credit: Stephen Doherty

Harps slip as Sligo win at Finn Park

It was a second defeat in four games for Finn Harps who went down to neighbours Sligo Rovers in Ballybofey on Friday night.

Harps draw with league champions

Finn Harps 1-1 Dundalk Ollie Horgan saw his Finn Harps side secure their first point of the new League of Ireland Premier Division season following a deserved draw against the 2018 double champions Dundak in Ballybofey.

Harps draw in Athlone

Finn Harps had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Athlone Town today. The friendly fixture took place at the Athlone Town Stadium and is the last friendly before the big kick off next Friday.

Harps lose to Derry City

Finn Harps suffered their first defeat of the pre-season friendly campaign on Friday night losing 3-0 to Derry City at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium. Ollie Horgan’s outfit started slowly and paid the price as the hosts grabbed three first half goals courtesy of Adrian Delap, Eoin Toal and Patrick McClean.