04.08.2012 [Irish Independent] - Main Man: KeithHiggins. As with Marc O Se in Kerry, he has spent much of his career being assigned to the opposition's most dangerous forward. That's convincing testimony in his favour. Question Mark: How will they cope with better forwards than they
09.08.2012 [Mayo Advertiser] - You may recall the hugely impressive and influential KeithHiggins making one of his trademark bursts the length of the field early in the first half which resulted in a fantastic score for Andy Moran. Conor Laverty was in hot pursuit of the Mayo
08.08.2012 [Mayo News] - Lee Keegan was, sensibly, delegated to the centre-back position and Ger Cafferkey to right corner-back with KeithHiggins taking over the onerous full-back slot and Kevin Keane shifting to left corner. And the fact that each was a star in his own right
07.08.2012 [thejournal.ie] - We aren't saying they are a one-man team as Ger Cafferkey and Lee Keegan have risen to KeithHiggins' level while the midfield and particularly Barry Moran has been immense. But without Andy Moran it's impossible to see them getting the scores needed
06.08.2012 [SportsNewsIRELAND] - KeithHiggins (Mayo) Solid defensively and when on the ball used his pace to great effect to set up several attacks. 5. Paidi Kissane (Cork) Possesses the ability to play in any position and always looks very comfortable and composed when in possession.
23.07.2012 [Caymanian Compass] - For more details, contact Jacob Strand at 916-7842 or e-mail Jacob.email@example.com or contact KeithHiggins at 916-0038 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Share your Comment. We welcome your comments on our stories. Comments are submitted for