Waterford native Kenny Browne will make his international debut in front of his home town crowd tonight when the Republic of Ireland Under-23s face England at the RSC kick-off 7.30pm.
Browne has recovered from a bout of flu to be named in the starting XI for tonight's match
Manager Paul Doolin has named a strong team for the opening match of the International Challenge Trophy, with Galway United midfielder Stephen O'Donnell set to captain the side.
Paul Byrne is likely to lead the attack on his own up front.
Republic of Ireland Under-23 team to play England in the International Trophy at the RDS tonight, kick-off 7.45pm:
Darren Quigley (Sporting Fingal), Stephen Mulcahy (Cork City Foras Co-op), Garry Breen (Dundalk), Kenny Browne (Sporting Fingal), Conor Powell (Bohemians), Ronan Finn (Sporting Fingal), Stephen O'Donnell (Galway United), James Chambers (Shamrock Rovers), Ross Gaynor (Dundalk), Billy Dennehy (Shamrock Rovers), Paul Byrne (St. Patrick's Athletic).
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