And that is that.
4 minutes additional time will be played here
Ryan Shanley's shot gets a deflection out for a corner.
Mick Kelly punches Barry McNamee's free away and the rebound is blasted over the bar
This game is so bad that I've started to admire Barry McNamee's hair.
Dylan Grimes with a corner for Town that is easily caught by McGinley
Ollie isn't happy and remonstrates with the 4th official. Got to love his passion.
Mark Coyle gets booked for a hard tackle on Sam Verdon
Town keeper Mick Kelly called into action again
Game has become scrappy
Mick Kelly makes a great save to deny Sean Boyd, on the rebound Tony McNamee blasts his effort over
The McNamee brothers are linking up well here and causing the Town problems
Aaron O'Driscoll blocks down Sean Boyd's effort
Barry plays the ball to Tony McNamee and he he turn gets a cross in but Sean Boyd's header just goes over.
Harps win a free but Barry Mc'Namee's effort misses everyone and goes out for a goal-kick
Ollie telling his players to relax and then shakes his head as his players don't heed him
There is a signal to the Harps bench. McEleney can't continue on.
Time for refreshments while McEleney gets treatment. He's off the pitch now.
Shane McEleney has gone down with an injury,
Sam Verdon plays the ball in but Mark McGinley is able to gather.
So close. Dylan Grimes plays the ball to Sam Verdon but his low drive just went wide, Rob Manley unable to connect with Mark McGinley beaten.
Good move from Harps; the ball is played to Barry McNamee but he is surrounded by Town defenders and can't get a proper touch to the ball.
Ollie Horgan has got to be one of the most popular managers in the league. We need more characters like him.
We've somewhat of a shouting contest here; Daire Doyle the Town boss is giving orders to is side at the top of his voice but Ollie doesn't want him to beat him so he shouts just as loud.
Mick Kelly punches away Barry McNammee's corner and Town eventually put it out for a throw-in,
First corner of the game for Harps
Welcome to Bishopsgate for this evening's clash between Longford Town and Finn Harps. The home side will be hoping to pick up something tonight after 3 defeats in a row while Harps lost to Sligo Rovers on Saturday. Town will be buoyed up by their preformance away to the champions Shamrock Rovers.
Competition: 2021 League of Ireland Premier Division
Date: 7:45 p.m. April 20, 2021