Mahon to take over from Kenna at St Pats

Mahon to take over from Kenna at St Pats

St Patrick’s Athletic have moved quickly to find a new manager, following Jeff Kenna's resignation last week.

Former UCD and Bohemians boss Pete Mahon is to take over at the Inchicore outfit, and will be officially unveiled to the media tomorrow.

Maurice O’Driscoll, who took over at the weekend in a caretaker capacity, will continue in that role for this evening’s Setanta Sports Cup game against Derry City at the Brandywell.

Elsewhere at home tonight, there's one fixture in the League of Ireland First Division, with Longford Town set to take on Kildare County.

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