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Keating set for Dublin switch

Wednesday, 27th February, 2013 9:30am
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Keating set for Dublin switch

Cavan forward Eugene Keating.

Keating set for Dublin switch

Cavan forward Eugene Keating.

Cavan forward Eugene Keating looks set to be on the move from home club Cuchulainns to Dublin's St Sylvester's.

Cavan county board secretary Liam McCabe confirmed yesterday (Tuesday) that the board had received documentation from the Dublin club. Provided there are no objections, the switch is expected to go through in the next ten days.

Keating was a revelation at full-forward for Terry Hyland's side in the 2012 championship, taking All-Star full-back Neil McGee for 0-5 from play against Donegal and also chipping in with 1-2 against Kildare and 1-2 against Fermanagh in the qualifiers.

The former Sligo IT Sigerson Cup player has yet to feature in the NFL this season due to injury.

Meanwhile, Cavan are sweating on the availability of another forward, Martin Dunne, for Saturday night's NFL Division 3 clash against Meath. The county board are appealing his proposed suspension after he received a straight red card against Monaghan last time out. The Central Hearings Committee will rule on the matter on Friday night.

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