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Friday 9 June 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Finn Harps

Last year
# Taking Charge
Finn Harps appoint Dave Rogers as new first team manager
Rogers joins the club from Premier League side Nottingham Forest, where he was U21 manager.
# End of an era
Ollie Horgan departs relegated Finn Harps after nine seasons in charge
He took over as manager in 2013.
# finale
Bohs end turbulent season with win over Sligo, Drogheda compound Harps' misery
Declan Devine’s side left behind a poor year with a 3-1 win against Sligo.
# Students
Black night for Harps but UCD's bid for survival goes on
Finn Harps lost 3-1 to UCD this evening.
# Drama
Devine era underway as Bohs battle back to secure point against Finn Harps
A late Declan McDaid goal salvaged a draw for the Gypsies at Dalymount Park.
# tributes paid
Dundalk see off Finn Harps on emotional night a week on from tragedy at Creeslough
There was an impeccable minute’s silence from all in attendance in Ballybofey.
# allsquare
Youngster Stephan Negru makes his mark as Shels come from behind
Conor Tourish put Finn Harps in front on 52 minutes but they were unable to hold on for all three points.
# Bohs
Pender rings the changes and the gamble pays off for Bohs in Donegal
Reshaped Bohs defeated Finn Harps 2-0 in Ballybofey.
# Flying form
St Patrick's Athletic come out of the traps quickly to break Finn Harps resistance
Goals from Chris Forrester and Anto Breslin inside the opening 18 minutes gave Tim Clancy’s side the early platform.
# madness
Finn Harps lose manager and talisman to red cards but edge five-goal thriller to move off bottom
Boss Ollie Horgan and midfielder Ryan Connolly both saw red as they came through a dramatic north-west derby against Sligo Rovers.
# Out of the Woods
McWoods on the double as Finn Harps leap off bottom spot
Harps bagged a crucial 3-0 win.
# north west spoils
Last-gasp goal seals comeback derby victory for Derry City
Derry have returned to second spot in the Premier Division with a late victory away to Finn Harps.
# Timely
Molloy brace and Moylan magic earns Shelbourne first win since May
The Reds took their frustration out on a Finn Harps side that had gotten the better of Damien Duff’s men twice already this season.
# New Era
Keena double helps Sligo secure north-west derby win over Finn Harps
The Mullingar-man scored twice as Sligo Rovers got new boss John Russell’s tenure off to a dream start.
# easy does it
Captain Toal to the rescue as Derry grab late equaliser to halt losing streak
It finished 2-2 between Derry City and Finn Harps.
# braggingrights
Sligo's dire run comes to an end as they nick win away to Finn Harps
Karl O’Sullivan scored against his former club, from right underneath the crossbar on 26 minutes, after Regan Donelan’s attempted clearance was blocked.
# Candystripes
Derry win north-west derby to move six points clear at the top of the Premier Division
Cameron McJannett and Will Patching got the goals for the Candystripes.
# All Square
Harps denied late win by Drogheda as sides share four goals in Finn Park
Drogheda stay just ahead of Finn Harps in the table.
# taking advantage
Shamrock Rovers go second with win at dogged Harps
It was a damaging defeat in the end for Harps, who saw Mark Anthony McGinley sent off four minutes from the end.
# Duff luck
Finn Harps cruise to vital three points at Tolka Park
It was another frustrating night for Damien Duff’s Reds.
# Three and easy
Keena's winning hat-trick helps Sligo Rovers continue excellent start
Luke Rudden scored the consolation goal for Finn Harps in the North West Derby.
# Road Trip
On the road to Ballybofey: Salsa dancing, keeping the faith and loved ones in Ukraine
The42 joins Finn Harps teammates Dave Webster and Bastien Hery on their journey from Dublin to Donegal, as well as hearing from some on the coalface of the great League of Ireland survivors.
# marching on
Clinical Pat's make Harps pay with second-half double to take all three points
Goals from Jack Scott and a debatable Eoin Doyle header ensure Tim Clancy’s side make it back-to-back victories for first time this season.
'I don’t have to be here nor continue, but it’s harder to get out of than get into'
Having lost 11 players from last year, Ollie Horgan says surviving in the Premier Division this year will be Finn Harps’ toughest ask to date.
# new recruit
Finn Harps sign French midfielder as 2022 campaign looms
Élie-Gaël N’Zeyi Kibonge recently played with Pohronie in Slovakia’s Fortuna Liga.
# On The Dotted Line
Madagascar international Héry joins Finn Harps
The PSG academy product has had spells at Limerick, Waterford, Linfield, Bohemians and Derry City.
# reinforcement
Finn Harps sign Spanish defender José Carrillo
The 28-year-old last played for FK Senica in Slovakia.
All time
# tunde to a new frequency
Striker Tunde Owolabi swaps Finn Harps for St Patrick's Athletic as Mountney returns to Dundalk
There has been further upheaval at Richmond Park.
# make a mark
Duff's Shelbourne capture Finn Harps' 2021 Player of the Year
Mark Coyle is the Reds’ latest signing.
# All Square
Dundalk and Finn Harps share the spoils in Ballybofey cracker
Tunde Owolabi bagged a brace for the hosts, with Michael Duffy and Pat Hoban on target for the Lilywhites.
Finn Harps take all three points after beating Bohs at Dalymount
Second-half goals from Ethan Boyle and Dan Hawkins sealed the deal.
# Replay
Relief for Dundalk after extra-time win over Finn Harps in cup quarter-final
It finished 3-1 in tonight’s replay in Oriel Park.
# crisis
Dundalk's injury problems compounded by Covid outbreak on eve of FAI Cup replay
A combination of Covid, injury and suspension will leave Vinny Perth without 11 players for tomorrow’s meeting with Finn Harps.
# Magic of the Cup
Late, late show from 10-man Finn Harps brings Dundalk to a replay
Sean Boyd struck twice in the closing minutes on a dramatic night in Ballybofey.
# spicy
90th-minute equaliser, melee and red cards in dramatic finale between Derry City and Finn Harps
A feisty north-west derby at the Brandywell finished 2-2.
# tuning up
Harps stun Rovers as Hoops lose fourth game in a row
The Donegal side have now won six games on the trot.
# Family ties
'Now fans are back I can hear my Nanny shouting at me over the manager'
Dave Webster turned 32 last month and continues to fight the good fight in search of silverware in the League of Ireland – watched closely by his family.
# Three and easy
Hat-trick hero Owolabi secures the spoils for Harps as St Pat's feel the pinch
The hosts overturned the Inchicore outfit who had a chance to go level on points with Shamrock Rovers at the top.
# Perfect start
Debutant Quitirna wins it for Waterford as Harps' slide continues
The former Charlton youngster was unveiled as one of four new signings just earlier today.
# Depth
Finn Harps sign LOI veteran Doherty and well travelled defender Mustoe
Academy attacker Sean Kerrigan has also been promoted to the first-team squad until he leaves for college in America at the end of the summer.