Keaney comes out of retirement to rejoin Dublin panel
In another boost for the Dublin hurlers ahead of the Allianz League, Conal Keaney has come out of inter-county retirement to rejoin the squad.
The ex-dual star initially retired from hurling in 2016 shortly after winning an All-Ireland football club title with Ballyboden St Enda’s.
With Pat Gilroy now at the helm, Dublin will be hoping to rediscover the good days from earlier this decade when the county won Allianz League and Leinster hurling titles.
— DubMatchTracker (@DubMatchTracker) January 10, 2018
Keaney’s return to the fold at the age of 35 was confirmed by Dublin Match Tracker ahead of this weekend’s Walsh Cup semi-final against Wexford and the Divsion 2 league opener against Offaly at Croke Park on 27 January.