Who was Dallas Keogh? AFL Castlemaine Kyneton footballer dies, during the Bendigo League match at Kyneton Victoria

Shock waves blew in from Victoria, where a young child was killed during an Australian Rules game being played on Saturday afternoon. The boy reportedly first collapsed and was later pronounced dead during an under-18 soccer game. Ever since this story appeared on the internet, people have been paying tribute and sending condolences to the bereaved family. The deceased has been described as a nice boy by his friends. The incident occurred during the match between the Kyneton Tigers and Castlemaine Magpies being played in the Bendigo League. The circumstances surrounding the adolescent’s death have been explained in the following sections. Scroll down the page.

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Who was Dallas Keogh? AFL footballer Castlemaine Kyneton dies

Victoria Police responded at the football ground in Mollison Street, Kyneton at around 12:20pm on Saturday. Emergency services were also reportedly there to provide aid to the teenager. He was rushed to Kyneton Hospital by ambulance, but was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Reportedly, he was in critical condition when he was admitted to the hospital. Due to his critical condition, it was decided to take him to Melbourne by air ambulance, but before that, he had died. The deceased was 17 years old. He was a Castlemaine resident.

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According to officials, the 17-year-old’s death is not being investigated as suspicious because foul play appears not to have been involved in the death. However, an investigation is in progress. The actual cause of the child’s death will be known after the autopsy. A Victoria Police spokesperson said: “Police will prepare a coroner’s report following the death of a teenager in Kyneton on Saturday 27 May. The exact circumstances surrounding the death have yet to be determined, but the matter is not being treated as suspicious. .”

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Castlemaine Football Netball Club held an impromptu gathering at Camp Reserve for members, supporters, friends and family. The club wrote on social media: “We will meet as a community from 4:30pm in the social rooms at Camp Reserve, Castlemaine to provide a safe space to be together at this difficult time.” A person connected with the club said that my son also plays for under-18s and I can’t even imagine how difficult it would be. “It is hard to believe that something like this could happen in youth football. My heart goes out to everyone.” Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

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