Listen: Ciaran Gallagher says McCourt’s ‘wealth of experience’ is a huge asset for Harps

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CIARAN GALLAGHER AND his Finn Harps team kept another clean sheet last night as the Ballybofey side produced a 2-0 win over Drogheda United.

Gallagher kept goal as Harps – thanks to goals from John Kavanagh and Nathan Boyle – sealed a 3-1 aggregate win over the Louth side. The result means that Harps will now face Limerick FC in a two-legged play-off with the winner taking up berth in the Premier Division in 2019.

The clubs supporters, the offensive and defensive performance in general and the influence of Paddy McCourt all played their part in the victory, according to Gallagher.

Here’s what Gallagher said …

MA in Journalism graduate from NUI Galway and BBS Marketing and NC in Online Marketing from LyIT, who has worked covering sport in Donegal since 2004. Part of Donegal Democrat who won McNamee awards in 2013 and 2015 for 'best provincial publication'. Reseacher for 'Jimmy's Winnin' Matches' documentary and Rory Kavanagh's autobiography 'Winning'

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