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Dublin: 17 °C Wednesday 12 August, 2020

There's Robbie Keane at a Gaelic football club match this evening

Ireland’s greatest ever finisher watched as St Vincent’s and Sylvester’s played out a Dublin SFC quarter-final with plenty of points, but no goals.

Image: Bryan Keane/INPHO

IRELAND’S RECORD INTERNATIONAL goalscorer Robbie Keane and his wife Claudine had some of the best seats in the house for this evening’s Dublin Senior Football Championship quarter final.

St Vincent’s were facing St Sylvester’s in the last eight fixture in Parnell Park and Keane must have been hoping some of his finishing prowess would sprinkle down on St Sylvester’s, who started with Claudine’s brother Ronan Palmer at full forward.

Unfortunately for the Atletico de Kolkata striker and family though, St Vincent’s powered their way into the semi-finals with a 0 – 20 to 0 – 7 win over the Malahide club. 

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