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Adam Keefe signs in again determined to bring Elite glory back to Giants

By Staff Reporter

Published 05/05/2016

Adam Keefe
Adam Keefe

Adam Keefe has set his sights on winning a third Elite League title after becoming the first Belfast Giants player to re-sign for the 2016-17 season.

The Canadian forward helped the team claim the crown in his first season with the club in 2012, before captaining the Giants as they stormed to success two years later.

The last two seasons have brought disappointment as far as trophy success is concerned, but Keefe is determined to put that right and give the fans something to cheer about once again.

"After my first season here, winning a league championship along with my experience of the fans and the city, I have been hungry to continue to bring trophies back to the city," said Keefe (pictured).

"The passion that the fans bring to our games makes me and the team want to continue to play hard for them and that has been the driving force for me to come back.

"My number one goal is to bring as many trophies back to Belfast and we need to get on the right track starting early next season so we can to get off to a good start and get the ball rolling."

Giants coach Derrick Walser is expected to announced a number of new signings within the next week as he starts to piece together his plans for the new season.

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