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# Keith Higgins

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# Nicky Rackard Cup
Keith Higgins captains Mayo to Croke Park hurling glory
The Green and Red stalwart scored 0-7 in a man-of-the-match display, before climbing the steps of the Hogan Stand.
# Keith Higgins
'If you'd asked me in 2005 would I be there for 16 years, I'd have said I'd be doing well to be there for six months'
Mayo stalwart Keith Higgins on his inter-county retirement, how ‘lucky’ he was to get so long and his future with the county’s hurlers.
# Keith Higgins
A defensive star for 16 seasons, was Higgins the best Mayo produced in modern era?
The Mayo defensive great retired yesterday.
# Time to say goodbye
Four-time All-Star Higgins becomes the latest Mayo retirement
Keith Higgins excelled in both attacking and defensive positions throughout an impressive inter-county career.
# Keith Higgins
'It’s a national title and you can nearly see with the supporters out there as well, everyone is just delighted'
The long-serving Mayo defender savoured Sunday’s victory at Croke Park.
# Boost
Mayo delight as Keith Higgins returns to training with the football squad
The dual-star played solely with the county’s hurlers during the league, but rejoined Stephen Rochford’s panel last night.
# Dual star
Keith Higgins helps inspire Mayo hurlers to league title and promotion
The well renowned Mayo footballer has been concentrating on the small game of late.
# all-ireland finalists
Higgins set to make his 129th Mayo senior appearance, while McCaffrey drops to Dublin bench
Stephen Rochford makes just one change, while Jim Gavin makes two.
# GAA
Dublin defeat left Higgins with doubts but Mayo stalwart ready for 2017 challenge
Keith Higgins hopes Mayo’s U21 success can help to end the county’s 66-year wait for Sam Maguire.
# As You Were
No changes for Mayo team to face Westmeath
Stephen Rochford has opted for the same team that earned a convincing nine-point win over Kildare.
# Switching Codes
3-time Allstar Higgins and All-Ireland U21 winner Kenny named on Mayo hurling team
The McManus brothers from St Judes in Dublin also start for Mayo.
# Nicky Rackard Cup
Cork and Mayo footballers in opposition camps for hurling final in Croke Park next Saturday
Eoin Cadogan and Keith Higgins will have a key interest in the Nicky Rackard Cup final.
# green and red
There are two big names back in the Mayo starting team to face Donegal
Keith Higgins and Lee Keegan get the nod to start.
# Down In The Dumps
'It was nice to win a Connacht title but ultimately it was failure' - Mayo 2015 verdict
Defeat tough to take once more for the Mayo captain.
# New regime
Until James Horan came in you could choose the chipper over the gym according to Keith Higgins
The Mayo captain says the mentality of the Mayo players changed dramatically under James Horan.
# Dual star
Mayo's football captain was never forced to stop playing hurling
Keith Higgins made the decision on his own according to Mayo joint-boss Noel Connelly.
# Nothing To See Here
'The battery didn't last too long on my phone the day I tweeted my fake retirement' - Keith Higgins
And the Mayo man worries he won’t be believed when he actually hangs up his boots.
# Leader
Not only is he not retiring, Keith Higgins is actually the new Mayo football captain
Cillian O’Connor has been named vice-captain by managers Noel Connelly and Pat Holmes.
# Confusion
Mayo GAA confirm that Keith Higgins is NOT retiring
The star’s Twitter account previously indicated he was “calling it a day”.
# last line of defence
Keith Higgins and Neil McGee are certs, but who will complete the Allstar full-back line?
Paul Murphy, Eamon McGee and Fionn Fitzgerald lead the race for the third position.
# Tight Affair
Portumna in fortunate semi-final win while Keith Higgins leads Ballyhaunis to Mayo SHC crown
Portumna’s opponents Craughwell will rue 19 wides while Four Roads and Kiltale also picked up county titles earlier today.
# Mayo4Sam
5 reasons why Mayo can win the All-Ireland senior football title
The positional switches of Keith Higgins, Aidan O’Shea and Mayo’s hunger to claim Sam could see them end the famine this September.
# Gutted
Keith Higgins: 'It's a game we could have won, we had the chances'
The Mayo player was left to ponder what might have been, following their defeat by Dublin.
# All-Stars
In pictures: Meet your 2012 GAA GPA football All-Stars
Unsurprisingly, champions Donegal lead the way with eight awards.
# Brothers in Arms
Cosgrove: 'Telepathic' Brogans will bring out the best in each other
Former Dublin star Ray Cosgrove feels that Alan Brogan’s presence will help his younger brother return to form against Mayo on Sunday.
# Championship 2012
Well played: here's your Gaelic football team of the week
Ewan McKenna runs through his best XV from yesterday’s two provincial semi-finals. Do you agree?