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# Conal Keaney

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Enjoying watching Dublin, Kilkenny 'massive favourites' for Leinster final, and praise for 'trojan' clubmate
Conal Keaney: ‘Everything is stacked in Kilkenny’s favour, but I don’t think it will faze Dublin in any shape or form’
'People don't give Dublin the credit they deserve' - Keaney slams 'nonsense talk'
The retired Dublin star was annoyed with the post-match commentary after last weekend’s Leinster semi-final win over Galway.
Debunked: No, Eamon Ryan's nephew was not awarded a bike hire contract in Offaly
The misleading article was widely shared on social media before it was removed by Gript.
Stalwart Keaney retires from Dublin duty 20 years after his debut
Conal Keaney has announced his inter-county retirement for the second time.
Keaney: 'I used to think hurling and football was everything growing up'
36-year-old Conal Keaney will lead Ballyboden St Enda’s into battle against Ballyhale Shamrocks today.
'I'll see how the body is after this campaign': Keaney undecided on Dublin future
The 36-year-old made a surprise return to the county side this year.
Star forward Keaney ruled out as Dublin make one change for trip to Wexford
Dublin are looking to bounce back from their defeat to Kilkenny when they take on Wexford this Sunday.
3 All-Ireland club winners and 3 debutants as Dublin hurlers name side to face Kilkenny
Pat Gilroy has named his starting fifteen.
'I think Peter was the best full-back easily I've ever played with' - salute for departing Dub
Peter Kelly stepped away last weekend and Conal Keaney has plenty praise for his former team-mate.
Gilroy's early morning sessions back on the agenda as he welcomes Keaney into Dublin fold
35-year-old Conal Keaney featured in a challenge match against Waterford on Friday night.
'Everyone wanted to hurl. It was cool to be a Dublin hurler. Is it cool now in Dublin? I’d question it'
Conall Keaney doesn’t see himself donning Dublin blue again, but believes the hurlers will flourish under the right manager.
Farewell - 13 hurling stars who called it a day in 2016
Kilkenny, Tipperary, Offaly, Dublin, Laois and Limerick players all bowed out.
'At the height of his career he was a phenomenal player - he had everything'
Ger Cunningham pays tribute to Conal Keaney.
Dublin's Conal Keaney announces his retirement from the inter-county game
The dual star has called time on his career with the Dubs.
We'll know more about Conal Keaney's Dublin future once Ballyboden's club campaign ends
Dublin hurling boss Ger Cunningham is leaving the veteran focus on club commitments.
'Maybe I'm too old, I don't know' - Conal Keaney drops a strong retirement hint
The 33-year-old will make a call on his Dublin hurling future early next year.
Brogan brothers on song as Plunkett's and Ballyboden march on in Dublin
Raheny and Kilmacud Crokes bow out.
Are Dublin's hurlers back up and running or was Laois victory a false dawn?
The Sky Blues looked a far more cohesive unit but face a much bigger test next weekend.
Dublin hurlers replay will impact on club football in the capital
The glamour weekend clash between Ballyboden St Enda’s and Kilmacud Crokes is off.
Sutcliffe blasts RTÉ panel for landing Conal Keaney in stamp trouble
“It was a joke that it came up in the first place,” says Sutcliffe as Dubs prepare for Cork semi.
Conal Keaney cleared of allegedly stamping on Limerick's Cian Lynch
Good news for the Dublin hurlers ahead of Sunday’s semi-final.
How does Conal Keaney's training day compare to Yaya Toure, Dan Carter and Dwayne Wade?
How do amateur GAA players match up to worldwide professional superstars?
Snapshot - Conal Keaney celebrates Dublin title with his daughter
Keaney was part of the Ballyboden St Enda’s team that won today’s county hurling final.
Blue fever sweeps across Dublin — but Daly keeping his feet on the ground
Bookmakers slashed Dublin’s All-Ireland price to as little as 4/1 last night after they ended their Leinster drought.
2 changes in Dublin team for Leinster SHC replay with Wexford
Man-of-the-match from the drawn match Michael Carton starts at wing back and Conal Keaney gets the 10 jersey.
3 changes in Kilkenny team while Dublin shift Rushe and Keaney
Richie Power returns to the Cats attack for their Allianz Hurling League semi-final with Galway.
Dubs wait on injured duo
Conal Keaney and Conor McCormack face a race against the clock if they are to feature in Ennis tomorrow evening.
No pressure on us, insists recuperating Dublin star Keaney
Dublin ace accepts that free-taking might have cost his team thus far but an escape from relegation and the returns of injured stars could lead to a strong 2012.
More injury woe for Dubs as two more ruled out
Anthony Daly has penciled Liam Rushe and Peter Kelly onto the end of a long injury list.
Daly looks to young faces for Galway trip
Shane Stapleton, a St Patrick’s clubmate of Liam Rushe makes his first league start as does Danny Sutcliffe of Naomh Jude
Slowly does it: Dublin hurler Keaney on track but taking his time in comeback
“I’m probably on target for where I should be at the moment,” Keaney says, in good news for Dublin hurling fans.
The sporting year in review: July
First-time Major winner Darren Clarke created some of the biggest headlines in July but he certainly wasn’t the only talking point.
And the nominees are... hurling All-Star runners and riders announced
14 Kilkenny players feature among the 45 players nominated as part of the 2011 awards.
Vox pop: Can the Dubs go all the way in the hurling?
They’ve already made history by booking their spot in the All-Ireland SHC semi-finals. But can Anthony Daly’s men actually win the Liam MacCarthy Cup this season?
Motorbike accident ends Keaney's season
Ballyboden man will miss Sunday’s All-Ireland quarter-final after breaking his ankle.
Ahead of the game: what we know as the hurling championship throws in…
The hurling season really gets going this weekend. But here’s what we already know.
GAA Weekend: Galway edge out Kilkenny in classic contest
The Cats lose their 100% record, leaving unbeaten Dublin to top Division One of the NHL.
GAA Weekend: so near yet so far for Rebel hurlers
There was plenty to talk about in the National Hurling League this weekend, not least the “game of two halves” in Nowlan Park yesterday.
GAA Weekend: Kilkenny, Cork and Galway all score Division One successes
Missed this weekend’s GAA action? We’ve got all of the details in bite-sized chunks. Tasty.
Prodigal Sons: Brosnan back home while Keaney mulls over footballing future
Three-time All-Ireland Champion Eoin Brosnan looks set to rejoin Jack O’Connor’s Kerry at centre-back.