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Conal Keaney had his medals from Ballyboden's All-Ireland club run stolen from his car

The ex-Dublin attacker is seeking the return of his three medals.

FORMER DUBLIN STAR Conal Keaney has launched an appeal on Twitter for the return of the medals he won during Ballyboden St Enda’s All-Ireland winning club campaign of 2015/16.

The Dublin, Leinster and All-Ireland SFC medals Keaney picked up with the Rathfarnham club were recently stolen from his car.

The 34-year-old tweeted an image of the medals along with the caption: “Whoever stole these 3 medals from my car might be so kind as to return them to me.”

Keaney played a key role in Ballyboden’s run to the All-Ireland club SFC title on St Patrick’s Day, where they defeated Mayo’s Castlebar Mitchels in the decider.

The forward lined out for both the Dublin footballers and hurlers during his career, winning provincial honours in both codes. He spent six years with the football squad before linking up with the hurlers in 2010.

Last April Keaney confirmed his retirement from inter-county hurling.

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