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2022
# getting better
Dundalk close the gap on top two with win at Finn Harps
The Lilywhites have registered 16 points from their last six outings.
Last-gasp goal sees Armagh prevail amid extra-time win over Donegal in Ulster final
Kelly Mallon’s effort, 90 seconds from time, proved decisive.
# Skipper
McNamee's late winner sees Finn Harps take spoils against Shelbourne
The Harps captain scored the only goal of the game in the 89th minute.
# 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.
# big win
Monaghan inflict first Ballybofey league defeat on Donegal since 2010 and boost survival hopes
The Farney men finished up 1-12 to 1-10 winners.
# Last Eight
Letterkenny IT stun UCD with late point to book Sigerson Cup quarter-final place
The Donegal side reached the semi-finals in 2020.
All time
# Harps Are Staying Up
Finn Harps stay up in style with 5-0 win over Longford
Harps dominated from the first whistle in Ballybofey.
# Penalty Point
Late Derry penalty dents Finn Harps' survival hopes
With two games to play, Finn Harps remain level on points with Waterford in the battle to avoid the relegation play-off.
# Dull
Red cards the only fireworks as Finn Harps and Drogheda battle to stalemate
Drogs remain five clear of Harps, who are one place clear of a relegation play-off on points difference with three games remaining.
# Drama
Finn Harps hit two late goals to grab draw against Sligo
Late goals from Sean Boyd and Karl O’Sullivan stole victory from Sligo Rovers.
# 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.
# 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.
# League of Ireland
Bohs end Finn Harps' unbeaten run to close the gap in European race
Promise Omochere and a Georgie Kelly penalty gave Bohs all three points on the road.
# tuning up
Harps stun Rovers as Hoops lose fourth game in a row
The Donegal side have now won six games on the trot.
# Storm
Donegal CCC to meet this week after Kilcar launch objection to county-final defeat
Kilcar believe Naomh Conaill, who eventually beat them on penalties to win the county SFC title, used more than three subs during extra-time.
# Clutch
McBrearty kicks late winner as Donegal squeeze past Derry
Rory Gallagher’s side brought Donegal to the wire in the Ulster SFC quarter-final.
# even stevens
Stacey saves penalty as Longford Town secure draw after controversial opening goal
Aaron Dobbs appeared to be offside after putting the visitors in front after 12 minutes.
Patching double helps Derry City grab derby win against Finn Harps
A 2-1 victory for the away team tonight at Finn Park.
# Bit O'Red
Ten-man Sligo beat neighbours Harps to move four points clear at summit
Goals by Romeo Parkes, who was later sent off, and Lewis Banks saw the leaders over the line in Ballybofey.
# Late Drama
Brilliant 95th-minute free kick sees Drogheda edge Finn Harps
Former Dundalk player Dane Massey scored the all-important goal.
# honours even
McNamee-inspired Finn Harps hold firm to deny Dundalk winner as points shared in Ballybofey
Barry McNamee scored a stunning goal for the hosts, to which Ole Erik Midtskogen responded accordingly, and it finished 1-1.
# In form
Rovers leave it late at Harps but keep winning run going
Rory Gaffney and Sean Hoare were the matchwinners for Stephen Bradley’s team.
# LOI
King delivers moment of class as Saints see off Harps
The Dublin side delivered a dominant display in Donegal.
# Great Finn-ish
Injury time goal keeps Harps' unbeaten start on track
Finn Harps have now picked up 10 points from a possible 12 so far this season.
# honours even
Point apiece as Drogheda bite back to hold high-flying Finn Harps
Karl O’Sullivan and Mark Doyle scored the goals at Drogheda’s Head in the Game Park.
# Oliver's army
Foley the Harps hero again as Bohemians falter at Finn Park
Adam Foley took advantage of James Finnerty’s backpass to score the winner for the Donegal side.
# to the max
Champions Shamrock Rovers dent Finn Harps' survival hopes in Ballybofey
Max Murphy sealed the away victory in his first-team debut for the Hoops.
# LOI
Finn Harps boost survival hopes with dramatic - and rare - home win over St Pat's
Ryan Connolly was the match-winner as Harps won in Ballybofey for just the second time this season.
# Red Hands
Jordan inspires Tyrone to victory over Donegal
Tyrone capture U20 Ulster title after barnstorming start to second half.
# Donegal Delight
McFadden and Ward hit the net as Donegal claim easy victory over Monaghan
A ten-point success for the home side in Ballyshannon today.
# Off the Mark
Finn Harps get season off to a flyer with win over Sligo Rovers
Ollie Horgan’s side didn’t win any of their first 15 games last season, but have gone one from one in 2020.
# Sharp Shooter
Tracey Leonard stars with 3-4 tally as Galway make it back-to-back wins
The beaten 2019 Division 1 and All-Ireland finalists maintained their composure in the blustery surroundings.
# All Square
Durcan goal secures draw for Mayo in spectacular finish to clash with Donegal
Dramatic end to the action in Ballybofey.
# Final bound
McGettigan shoots 0-6 as Donegal champions book spot in Ulster decider
Naomh Conaill saw off Monaghan’s Clontibret in this evening’s semi-final.
# Staying Up
Finn Harps survive after extra-time nailbiter in promotion/relegation play-off
Harry Ascroft was Harps’ hero with the winner in extra time.
# Third Time's a Charm
Naomh Conaill crowned new Donegal champions after three-game saga with Gaoth Dobhair
Following the second Donegal SFC final replay, the Glenties side lifted the title tonight.
# we go again
Donegal decider ends in draw as reigning Ulster champions Gaoth Dobhair avoid upset
Naomh Conaill and Gaoth Dobhair have to do it all over again.
# Report
Finn Harps set for promotion-relegation play-off following first win since August
The Donegal-based side overcame Waterford in Ballybofey tonight.