# Finn Harps

Last year
Rovers extend lead at top of the table with 5-star display against Finn Harps
Jack Byrne pulled the strings in a 5-1 win for the Hoops.
# relegation dogfight
Big win for UCD to move off bottom of table
The result means the Students leapfrog Finn Harps into ninth.
Bradley's piece of magic helps Dundalk to keep the pressure on
Lilywhites beat Finn Harps to close to within six points of leaders Shamrock Rovers, who play their game in hand tomorrow.
# Late Drama
Incredible scenes as 96th-minute goal stuns St Pat's
Tim Clancy’s men were cruising against Finn Harps with only three minutes to play.
# 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.
# Comeback
10-man Drogheda come from behind to beat Finn Harps
The Donegal side also had a man sent off in stoppage time as Drogheda claimed a 3-1 win.
# 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.
# Take a Bow
Eoin Doyle stars in Pat's win over Finn Harps
The Saints remain seven points behind Derry City in third position.
# point apiece
Bohemians left frustrated by Finn Harps
Promise Omochere and Ryan Connolly scored the goals on a chilly night in Ballybofey.
# All Square
UCD and Finn Harps earn first points of the season amid draw
It was Ollie Horgan side’s first outing of the 2022 campaign.
# Called Off
Opening game of the season at Finn Park falls victim to weather
The League of Ireland Premier Division meeting of Finn Harps and Drogheda United will be rescheduled.
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.
# every second counts
St Pat's seal runner-up spot as Finn Harps' survival bid goes down to the wire
All four goals in Richmond Park came in eight hectic first-half minutes.
# 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.
# Reaction
'If anyone loses their hunger, they're gone, it's as simple as that'
Stephen Bradley says his team won’t rest on their laurels after a second successive title win.
# Report
Mandroiu stars as Shamrock Rovers confirmed as league champions for second year running
Stephen Bradley’s side prevailed against Finn Harps in front of a packed crowd at Tallaght Stadium.
# Rejuvenated
2 years ago, he was attracting Premier League interest. Now, he just wants to play
Neil Farrugia is back in action after having a torrid time with injuries.
# Unavailable
'He has had one of those years, it's been frustrating for him and us'
Stephen Bradley has confirmed Seán Kavanagh is set for another spell on the sidelines after picking up an injury.
# 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.
# Goalfest
Brilliant Waterford hit Finn Harps for four
Two of Waterford’s goals arrived in second-half injury time.
# 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.
# Last Eight
Bohemians to host Maynooth University Town in FAI Cup quarter-finals
Meanwhile UCD will host Waterford while St Patrick’s Athletic take on Wexford.
# Woe
Longford's 23-game winless run continues as Finn Harps move up to 8th
Town are 14 points adrift at the bottom of the table.
Sligo's poor form continues as Finn Harps win at the Showgrounds
Karl O’Sullivan provided the only goal of the game.
# McMillan Dollar Baby
McMillan pounces to give Dundalk win against Finn Harps
The Lilywhites move up to sixth with 1-0 win at Oriel Park.
# Addition
Welsh forward signs for Finn Harps from Salford City
20-year-old Dan Hawkins came through Swansea City’s academy.
# Leaders
St Pat's earn comfortable win to go top of the table
Stephen O’Donnell’s side beat Finn Harps convincingly.
# Return
1,000 fans watch on as Shamrock Rovers held by Finn Harps
The result means the Hoops go level on points with table toppers Sligo Rovers, though Liam Buckley’s side will go three points clear if they win their game in hand
# Late Drama
Brilliant 95th-minute free kick sees Drogheda edge Finn Harps
Former Dundalk player Dane Massey scored the all-important goal.
Bohemians ease past Finn Harps to record first home win of the season
Ali Coote netted a brace on a comfortable evening at Dalymount Park.
# 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.
King delivers moment of class as Saints see off Harps
The Dublin side delivered a dominant display in Donegal.
# new digs
Finn Harps stadium project receives funding boost of almost €4m
The project is the latest beneficiary of the Large Scale Sport Infrastructure Fund.
# Wave Goodbye
The ‘Tubbercurry Tornado’ retires after 20 years playing
Veteran player Raff Cretaro has confirmed he is hanging up his boots.
# Drama
3 penalties in 5 minutes help Shamrock Rovers survive scare
The Hoops narrowly overcame Finn Harps in the FAI Cup quarter-final today.
# Report
Nerve-racking finish, as Finn Harps stun Waterford to secure survival
Ollie Horgan’s team needed a win to have any chance of avoiding the promotion-relegation play-off.
# League of Ireland
Grant's winner sees Bohs move to within three points at the top
Bohs were 1-0 winners in Ballybofey this afternoon.
# First Round
St Pat's fall to Finn Harps in FAI Cup
Ryan Connolly’s early goal was the difference in Donegal.
# Boost
Dundalk loanee makes swift impact as St Pat's beat Finn Harps
Georgie Kelly, who recently joined on loan, scored a brace in the 2-0 victory.
# Ready to go
Ex-Dundalk defender joins Finn Harps following stint in Australia
Stephen Folan has signed with the Premier Division side for the remainder of the 2020 season.