Killian Keane

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Killian Keane is a retired Irish rugby union player. He was born in Skerries, Co. Dublin, Ireland in August 1971.

Rugby career[edit]

As a schoolboy, he inspired Skerries Community Games Rugby team to the All Ireland Final, losing to Regional (Limerick). He developed to the Skerries first team before being spotted by Frank Hogan who convinced Killian to join Garryowen RFC.

He played at centre for Garryowen and Munster, and also won one cap for Ireland in 1998 as a replacement in a Five Nations match against England at Twickenham.[1]

Media work[edit]

Keane also provides co-commentary on Magners League matches for Setanta Ireland.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Killian Keane scrum.com