Finn Harps

  • The EA SPORTS Cup First Round ties that were due to take place on Monday, March 5 and Tuesday, March 6 have now been rescheduled until later in the month due to severe weather conditions.

    The rescheduled ties will take place across Monday, March 12, Tuesday, March 13, Monday, March 19, Monday, March 26, and Tuesday, March 27 and are listed below:

    EA SPORTS Cup - First Round
    Monday, March 12: Finn Harps v Mayo League, Finn Park, KO 19:45 (Pool 2)
    Tuesday, March 13: Wexford v Cobh Ramblers, Ferrycarrig Park, KO 20:00 (Pool 1)
    Monday, March 19: Galway United v Cockhill Celtic, Eamonn Deacy Park, KO 19:45 (Pool 2)
    Monday, March 19: St Mochta's v Drogheda United, Porterstown Road, KO 19:45 (Pool 3)
    Monday, March 26: Bohemians v Cabinteely, Dalymount Park, KO 19:45 (Pool 4)
    Monday, March 26: Bray Wanderers v Shelbourne, Carlisle Grounds, KO 19:45 (Pool 3)
    Monday, March 26: Waterford v UCC, RSC, KO 19:45 (Pool 1)
    Tuesday, March 27: Athlone Town v UCD, Athlone Town Stadium, KO 19:45 (Pool 4)

  • Sligo Rovers U19 side travel to Ballybofey this evening to take on Finn Harps in Finn Park at 7:45pm

    Brian Dorrian’s side progressed to the Enda McGuill Cup semi final last Saturday with a 3-2 win over Cabinteely at The Showgrounds, and now face two games against North West neighbours Harps in the next four days.

    Rovers will most likely have to plan without Niall Morahan & Luke McNicholas who continue to be involved in the first team squad, and may be involved in Friday night’s cup match in Dublin.

    The home side are in fourth position in the table and will be looking to maintain their spot in the top four and qualify for the quarter finals.

    The sides meet again this Sunday at The Sean Fallon Centre at 2pm.

  • Sligo Rovers will host Finn Harps in the League of Ireland Premier Division on Friday evening.

     

    Harps make the trip to the Showgrounds in desperate need of points as they currently rest second from the bottom above UCD.

     

    Kick-off is at 8pm.

     

    Meanwhile, Waterford and Dundalk will look to join Sligo and Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup last four tonight.

     

    The final semi-finalist will be decided next Monday when Crumlin United take on Bohemians.

  • Ballybofey is the venue for the North West derby between Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers tonight.

    Rovers have one point from the first three matches but have shown positives signs throughout.

    Sligo were 2-1 winners on their last Premier Division visit to Finn Park in 2017.