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It’s been a while but former Dublin great Ciaran Whelan has decided once again to sit down and chat with a former Dublin star.

In Episode 4 of Whelan In The Years, Ciaran speak to former Dublin dual star and current Ballyboden star Conal Keaney.

Conal had a massive career with the Dublin footballers from 2004 to 2010, winning five Leinster titles along the way. But had initially enjoyed a short spell with the Dublin hurlers before this.

When he decided to transfer his talent back to the small ball, Keaney was lucky enough to enjoy a purple patch with Dublin, winning a National Hurling League and Leinster Championship medal during the years of 2011 to 2014. He became a massive part of the hurling resurgence in the county.

In this interview he describes his school rugby days in Terenure College, and what it took for him to one of the best dual stars of the modern game.

(Whelan in The Years audio credit: Official Dublin GAA via Soundcloud)