Dan O'Keefe

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Daniel "Danno" O'Keefe (born 1907) was an All-Ireland winning Gaelic footballer for Kerry.

Although born in Fermoy, County Cork, Dan O'Keefe came to prominence as a goalkeeper on the Kerry senior football team in the 1930s and 1940s. Playing in that position between 1931 and 1948 he became the first player to win seven All-Ireland medals (1931, 1932, 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941 and 1946), a record which wasn't exceeded until 1986. His ten All-Ireland appearances was also a long-held record. He won 14 Munster senior football medals, three Railway Cup medals and in 1932 his only National Football League medal. He played club football for Keirns O'Rahillys.

In 1984 he was named in the Gaelic Athletic Association's "Team of the Century" and in 2000 he was named goalkeeper on the Gaelic Athletic Association Gaelic Football Team of the Millennium

 

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