Rockmount salute for Roy

Not for the first time, Rockmount were grateful to their greatest ever player on Saturday.

As ever, Keane drew the crowds in their droves, and the club were thrilled with the turnout on Saturday night.

James Corcoran, chairman of the organising committee for Keane’s visit, said: “Funds from this event will go towards our ongoing grounds development at our base in Whitechurch which will benefit our many teams, from U6 level right through to minor, junior, senior level and, of course, over 35s.’’

Referring to Keane, Corcoran added: “Down through the years Roy has been overwhelmingly exceptional in his support to his club.’’


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