Anton O'Toole RIP


Former Dublin footballer Anton O'Toole, 68, has passed away.

The iconic Dublin star won four All Ireland medals in 1974, 1976, 1977, and 1983.

O'Tooole, the highly respected Templeogue-Synge-Street clubman also won eight Leinster titles, three All Stars, and two National Leagues.

During Kevin Heffernan's brilliant era in charge of Dublin O'Toole was renowned for his dynamic displays.

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