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03 Jul 2022

Watch: Gavin Mulreany on the 'big change' on his senior debut for Finn Harps

The Inver native has played both soccer and Gaelic football in his time and tonight came in to replace the suspended Mark Anthony McGinley for his first appearance in the League of Ireland

Gavin Mulreany got the call from Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan for tonight's SSE Airtricity League Premier Division clash against Drogheda United.

Harps drew 2-2 with the Louth side and afterwards, former Donegal Town FC and current Irish Defence Forces goalkeeper Mulreany, who has kept goal for St Naul's GAA club and won an Ulster minor title with Donegal under Declan Bonner, spoke about the experience.

"It was a big change for me from the Gaelic," the Inver native said afterwards. "I'm really enjoying the level of training and the standard of player you're playing with. It's massive for me developing as a player."

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