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    Hearing a few things about us signing Adam Keighran from the Warriors which is expected to be announced soon. Interesting to say the least?

  • #2
    played for the wyong roos apparently so maybe he's got links to the club. depth signing to cover for drew hutchison moving on?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by zac View Post
      played for the wyong roos apparently so maybe he's got links to the club. depth signing to cover for drew hutchison moving on?
      Yep

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      • #4
        OCTOBER 16, 2020
        NRL –


        While the Central Coast may have been a home away from home for the New Zealand Warriors, for Adam Keighran it’s just home.

        With his season done and dusted and most of the Warriors back in NZ, The Chronicle caught up with Adam to talk his past, present and future.

        Growing up in Kanwal, it’s no surprise the Warriors Five Eighth came up the representative footy ranks playing for the Wyong Roos, before making the jump to Intrust Super Premiership level with the Bulldogs and then the Panthers, before making his NRL debut with the Warriors in 2019.

        Keighran was then set to impress in 2020 before the pandemic hit and injury put his season in jeopardy.

        “We played our first game of the year and then the boys were essentially stuck here.

        “There was a lot of uncertainty around the virus and the club basically had five days to make a decision on whether we would continue in the season before it got postponed,” Keighran explained.

        With the Warriors committing to see the season through, Keighran re-joined the team for their initial quarantine period in Tamworth before suffering a serious knee injury at training in May.

        Requiring surgery and an extensive recovery period, Keighran was out for most of the season proper.

        It was a frustrating time for the 23-year-old, who was in the best shape of his life.

        “Any injury is frustrating, but my knee did take a pretty big toll on my mental state.

        “I was feeling the fittest I’ve ever been and was really excited to work with the group and play in front of a home crowd.

        “The Coast is home to me, so not being able to play and being stuck in the hotel due to restrictions was hard.”

        Keighran was finally given the greenlight to resume training in July, but it wasn’t long before disaster struck again.

        A head on collision during an August training session left Keighran with a broken nose and concussion, ruling him out for a further three weeks.

        It was a tough pill to swallow for the utility back, who’d made just one appearance in the season at that point.

        Relief came in Round 19, when he got to step out for the Warrior’s clash with the Raiders in Canberra, but it’s Round 20 that Keighran counts among the highlights of his career.

        Up against the Sea Eagles at Central Coast Stadium for their last hit out of the year, the match began with a standing ovation and guard of honour for the Warriors, whose decision to stay on despite the pandemic helped anchor the season.

        This was followed by a Haka for retiring Warriors stalwart, Adam Blair.

        But for Keighran, it was the chance to perform in front of a home crowd for the first time that stoked his fire, and that motivation would see him go on to score a game defining hat-trick that helped the Warriors along to their 40-28 win.

        “Getting to run out to a crowd packed with my friends and family was just surreal.

        “It was my first time playing at Central Coast Stadium for the NRL and I was blown away by the turnout.

        “It was very special and something I’ll always remember,” Keighran said.

        With the most unique season in living memory now over, Keighran is back in Kanwal and enjoying his downtime as the finals series plays out.

        Off contract, the young gun kept it coy when talking about his plans for next year but didn’t do much to quash rumours about talks with the Roosters.

        “For now, I’m just focusing on my fitness and getting prepared for next year.

        “I don’t think any clubs are going to get serious with recruiting until the finals are over.

        “I have been in talks with the Roosters but nothing’s set in stone.

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        • #5
          Never heard of him.
          Ive read on here that we may sign Marshall, Widdop or Pearce but they must have bipassed them & got this guy.
          Having Sam Walker & Adam Keighran in the halves next year would be interesting.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mickie Lane View Post
            Never heard of him.
            Ive read on here that we may sign Marshall, Widdop or Pearce but they must have bipassed them & got this guy.
            Having Sam Walker & Adam Keighran in the halves next year would be interesting.
            I think you mean keary and keighran lol... He will be a depth signing looking to replicate what Hutch offers.

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            • #7
              be on min contract then i suggest the only way the chooks will get around it -I understand that he is a 5/8 and centre- hard to know what's happening with signings and retentions - maybe after 1st Nov it will become clearer?
              Last edited by King Salvo; 10-29-2020, 05:03 PM.

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              • #8
                He is a much better player than Hutch and if true is a very good depth signing

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                • #9
                  Looks good.
                  https://youtu.be/7KgquRooy84

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                  • #10
                    Ive never heard of him either but lets sign him because im missing hearing supporters from other clubs whinge " see theres no salary cap for the Roosters"

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                    • #11
                      Played for Penrith lower grades and went to Warriors. Kicks goals as well

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAUE9NCvUTk

                      Kicked 6/7
                      Last edited by Horry; 10-29-2020, 08:22 PM.

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                      • #12
                        What has happened to Drew Hutchison? Keighran goes alright.
                        "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."

                        Thomas Jefferson

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TheLoneRooster View Post
                          What has happened to Drew Hutchison? Keighran goes alright.
                          Off contract this year and won’t be resigned

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                          • #14
                            Keighran is pretty good. He’s got more upside than Hutch from what I’ve seen. I hope we sign him.

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                            • #15
                              He was in a battle with Harris-Tevita to partner Nikorima in the halves once Green left and they went with Harris-Tevita. Interesting that he can kick goals and has some history with us.

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