He was part of the Dublin side that won the All-Ireland Under-21 Football Championship in 2003. He made his senior debut for Dublin Football during the 2005 NFL campaign. Keaney was announced in the International Rules team to play in Australia but had to opt out due to an ankle injury. In first full term as a Dublin football player in 2005, he was part of the Dublin team that won the Leinster Senior Football Championship against Laois. He opted out of the football team in 2011 to rejoin the hurling team.
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