Keith Cowan can't direct his shot on goal and the referee blows for full-time.
Harps with a free kick in a dangerous position late on.
Four minutes of added time.
Drennan hits the bar.
Jake Walker scores for St. Patrick's Athletic.
A brilliant ball is played down the right and Dean Clarke goes hairing after it. He crosses low into the box and finds an unmarked Jake Walker.
The fans wait anxiously as his half scuffed shot trickles past McGinley and goes in off the post.
The subsitute Timlin makes a mess of a good chance. He's played in beautifully by Place but he bafflingly refuses to shoot first time with the Pats defence breathing dwon his neck and the ball gets away from him.
Pats counter through Mikey Drennan who lays it to Jake Walker down the right. He does well to get his shot away but McGinley saves well.
Mikey Drennan with a brilliant shot from 30 yards. McGinley isn't taking any chances and tips the ball over the bar.
Huge chance for Harps!!
Michael Place is played in and after some good footwork gets himself some space. Brendan Clarke again bails out his side and Nathan Boyle's follow up shot is cleared for a corner.
From the resulting corner the ball falls to Daniel O'Reilly whose shot is blocked bravely by Kevin Toner.
An audacious effort from Forester there as he shoots over from 25 yards.
A free-kick to Pats is blocked and falls to Kevin Toner, his volley is straight at Mark McGinley and dealt with easily.
Madden is the provider again with an excellent cross but Coleman can't get good contact and heads over the bar.
Three minutes of added time here.
A few match stats:
St. Pat’s bagged all three points when the sides last met. That was a league encounter at Finn Park in April when Pat’s leading marksman Mikey Drennan scored in the second-half to add to Conor Clifford’s opener in a 2-0 victory.
Finn Harps earned their first away point of the 2019 season at Richmond Park back in February when both sides drew a blank before an attendance of 1,747.
Harps’ last win at Richmond Park was over two years ago, on March 13th, 2017 when the Donegal side came from behind to earn a 2-1 win. Pat’s exacted full revenge later that campaign with a resounding 4-0 victory at the Stadium of Light.
Good chance for Pats as Mikey Drennan gets on the end of Simon Madden's cross but can only head straight at the keeper.
He is being helped off and is replaced by Conor Clifford.
The game has been stopped for a couple of minutes with Rhys McCabe staying down. It remains to be seen whether he has to go off or not.
Rafaele Cretaro picks the ball up deep in the St. Patrick's half and cuts the defence with a deft through ball to Nathan Boyle. Brendan Clarke does well to smother him but it was a very tame effort from the Harps man who should have put them in front completely against the run of play.
Really strong start here from the home side and they could be two two or three nil up.