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EXCLUSIVE: Naming And Shaming The Kerryman At The Masters

EXCLUSIVE: Naming And Shaming The Kerryman At The Masters
By Donny Mahoney Updated

From time to time, we do real journalism here at Balls.ie. We've been on the phone and combing the internet all morning to figure out just who exactly is the young man wearing the Green and Gold at Augusta all week. Well, we're getting closer - he's Hugh O'Keeffe, the son of Georoid O'Keeffe, Dun Laoighaire-Rathdown county councillour who spends his time between the rather beautiful seaside village of Kells on the road to Caherciveen and Foxrock. The O'Keeffe are in Augusta because they won tickets through a Laune Rangers fundraiser, which Rangers confirmed on Twitter this morning. We assume he'll be sporting the Kerry jersey today around 18.

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