Grandmother of Dallas Keogh-Frankling who dropped dead after footy game reveals last conversation
The grandmother of a teenage boy who collapsed and died after a footy game in country Victoria has revealed herheartbreaking last conversation with him.
Castlemaine Football player Dallas Keogh-Frankling, 17, collapsed in the changerooms rooms after an away game against Kyneton Tigers in the under-18s Bendigo League on Saturday.
He was rushed to Kyneton Hospital in a critical condition but died before he could be airlifted to Melbourne.
His heartbroken grandmother, Margaret Keogh, was at the game on the weekend and has spoken about her last conversation with her grandson.