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Keith Francis James Drinan (13 November 1924 - 11 August 2004) was
a former Australian rules footballer in the VFL. Drinan, who served
with the Royal Australian Navy during the war, played for St Kilda
initially as Half-back flank then Centre Half-Back before
establishing himself as a great full back. Won the club's Best and
fairest twice and was captain for a total of five years (Les Foote
was captain-coach in between Drinan's two stints). He wore number
25 and later coached Yarraville (in 1961). After his death, Neil
Roberts said "Keith was a tough, underrated and inspiring leader in
every way and it was a pleasure to play under him. He regularly
kept the great John Coleman to less than two goals a game."
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