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I'm shocked nobody has posted this but sadly Keith passed away yesterday at Furness General Intensive Care.  Whenever we talk of Barrow Raiders, especially it's history, Keith is always the first person we think of, he worked tirelessly for the club's benefit, this is a sad, sad day.

RIP Keith 

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Terrible news. Barrow Raiders through and through and a fantastic bloke as well. We all owe the club's very survival to people like Keith - and on more than one occasion, in his case.

My sincere condolences to his family. 

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Heard this awful news yesterday. I have lost a good friend of many years.

Keith was just about the best company you could wish to be in on a night out, at a rugby league game or a pool match (he was a very good player). A great wordsmith and knowledgeable historian of the game of Rugby League, he devoted years of his time just trying to keep his beloved hometown team viable over so many decades.

His pin sharp wit and infectious enthusiasm for any task he undertook will be my enduring memories of him.

It is so sad that we will not be able to attend Keith's funeral during this time of lockdown. My sincere condolences and best wishes to his wife Trisha and his lovely family.

 

 

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I was gutted when I heard of Keith’s passing yesterday, As one of the clubs historians he had great knowledge of the club and was great company to be in, a straight talking man who is the type of person I like to know, condolences to Trisha, Kathy & Louise & the rest of the family.

Phil

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RIP Keith and condolences to all the family

Lee Morton

 

Raiders have risen from the ashes

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