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Finn Harps have been handed possibly the toughest draw in round two of the FAI Cup. The Donegal side will have to travel to Oriel Park to face Premier Division high-fliers Dundalk in round two, following their extra-time defeat of Bray Wanderers last weekend. Longford Town’s reward for knocking out…

Finn Harps U17s 2-2 Sligo Rovers The Finn Harps U17s remain third in Elite Northern Section of the Northern League after coming from 2-0 down at half-time to draw against  Sligo Rovers in Ballybofey on Saturday. Sligo came into the game seven points behind Declan Boyle’s boys and looked like…

The officials have been appointed for this weekend’s FAI Cup first round games across the League of Ireland. Neil Doyle will be at the Showgrounds on Saturday to take charge of the game between Sligo Rovers and Longford Town at 7.45pm. In-form Finn Harps will fancy their chances of progression…

Ollie Horgan and Paul Hegarty have this week turned their attentions from the battle for a place in the league play-offs to this Friday night’s FAI Senior Cup tie against Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds (kick-off 7.45pm). A victory with the possibility of a home draw in the next…

Sligo Rovers’ dreadful run of results at home continued last night as the Bit O’ Red were beaten by an understrength Derry City in the EA Sports Cup semi-final. Rovers dominated the game and created numerous chances throughout the 90 minutes, but found Derry keeper Ger Doherty in inspired form,…

The Finn Harps U19s are preparing for a big Enda McGuill Cup semi final this Tuesday evening in Ballybofey when Joe Boyle’s boys host St Patrick’s Athletic. The 19s have enjoyed a fine run to get to the last four but this will no doubt be their biggest test against…