Keogh was the focal point of two memorable moments at Edgbaston during 2016 Finals Day. Firstly, taking the flying catch on the fence to dismiss Andre Russell before hitting the winning runs in the final against Durham.
A product of the system, Keogh has been a permanent fixture in the Northamptonshire side for a number of years and even took 9/52 against Glamorgan at Wantage Road in 2016. The sixth best bowling figures in Northamptonshire history.
With nearly 4000 first class runs; Keogh is a talented all rounder who gives the side an extra option both batting and with his off spin. Despite missing a large chunk of the 2018 season, Keogh has returned stronger and scored 359 runs from his 8 Royal London One Day Cup matches in 2019 at an average of just over 44.