FINN HARPS COULD be without striker Ruairi Keating for the rest of the season.
Keating hobbled out of tonight’s draw with Sligo Rovers after just 25 minutes and left The Showgrounds on crutches, sparking fears that his campaign could be over.
Keating, who is now in his third spell at Harps having joined from Galway United in the summer, scored the first goal of this term at the club against Galway on Saturday night.
However, the Mayo man has damaged angle ligaments and the initial prognosis is that he faces a few weeks on the sideline.
“It’s not good,” the Harps manager, Ollie Horgan, told Donegal Sport Hub.
“We’ll see. Please God his season isn’t over. Maybe if it’s the play-offs he might be back for that one.”
Harps have just five games remaining this season and, following tonight’s 0-0 draw at Sligo, now have a five-point advantage on Wexford Youths, who are in the play-off position.
They face Bray Wanderers and St Patrick’s Athletic in back-to-back home fixtures in the next week before they take on Cork City and Wexford Youths in away ties and the final game of the season is at home to Bohemians.[adrotate group=”83″] Tags: