Conor Kenna is just one of a number of Pat's players who are in the Airtricity league squad to face Manchester United at the historic first ever soccer game in the Aviva this evening.
Having trained yesterday at the ground the Saints defender was said “everything about the ground is impressive, it really is a fabulous set-up and we just can't wait to get out there and play on the pitch”.
Included in the squad are his Saints team mates - goalkeeper Gary Rogers, midfielder Ryan Guy and also Dave Mulcahy who was a late call-up to the squad.
Already this season the club has had Paul Byrne and Vinnie Faherty called up to the Under 23 squad, Ian Bermingham called into U-21 squad and now four players have been included in the Airtricty Leagues' representative team.
St Patrick's Athletic's next home game is against Drogheda United at Richmond Park on Friday 6th August 7.45pm kick off.