Finn Park could be ‘unplayable’ for Harps’ last home game of the season

Finn Harps could be forced to play their last home game of the season away from Finn Park.

Manager Ollie Horgan revealed this afternoon that the Donegal club is "looking at other options" for their match against Drogheda United should the notorious Finn Park pitch be unplayable.

On Friday, their game against Drogheda fell foul of the weather.
And with the forecast not looking good, there are real doubts about whether the rescheduled game will go ahead in Ballybofey.

With the league concluding next Friday, both teams are anxious to have the game played on Monday.

It is understood that Harps are examining the possibility of switching the game to either the Showgrounds in Sligo, or Maginn Park in Buncrana, where Derry City have played their home games this season.