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Nigel Hegarty

Nigel Hegarty
Finn Harps fan, full time musician. Hops to one day see Finn Harps play in European competition as well as win an FAI Cup in Lansdowne Road. League is optional. Keen goalkeeper with Donegal League side Tullyvinney Rovers, clean sheets are a rarity.

Harps Hitting All The Right Chords In The Transfer Market

Nigel Hegarty recaps all the transfer goings-on at Finn Harps in the last number of weeks, which leaves the Donegal club with a wealth of players to choose from.  Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan has this week dipped his hand into the loan market to secure deals for Nathan Boyle from Derry City and Ruairi Keating and Regan Donelon on …

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Three More Sign On At Finn Harps For 2015

Finn Harps continued their squad building process for the 2015 season with the addition of three more players to the first team squad, taking the total number of confirmed signings in Finn Park to sixteen players five weeks ahead of the first league fixture away to Shelbourne in Tolka Park on Friday 6th March.   The three players added will …

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MUST WATCH: Finn Harps 1974 – Reeling In The Years

Finn Harps celebrate their 60th anniversary this year and have released a fantastic video to commemorate the achievement. 2014 is a year of anniversaries for Finn Harps football club. 1954 was the year the club was founded, 60 years ago. Then a junior league club, Harps gained admission to the League of Ireland in 1969. 2004 saw the club lift their …

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Finn Harps 4-1 Avondale United: FAI Cup Quarter-Final Replay

Finn Park was the venue as Finn Harps overcame a possible FAI Cup upset following their drawn fixture in Cork. Nigel Hegarty was at Finn Park to see Harps win comfortably and proceed to the semi-finals.  After a feisty and somewhat uninspiring encounter between Finn Harps and Avondale United ended in a 1-1 draw in Avondale Park on Sunday, the Munster Senior …

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Avondale United v Finn Harps Match Preview

Finn Harps make the longest trip of the weekend cup pairings, with over 400 km separating the two sides heading into their crunch Ford FAI Cup Quarter Final game in Avondale Park, Cork on Sunday afternoon. Harps are believed to be travelling on Saturday afternoon to prepare for the tie, which has a 2pm kick-off time, and they’ve been dealt …

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