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Ireland U19 Player Ignites Mass Schemozzle During Premier League U21 Game

Ireland U19 Player Ignites Mass Schemozzle During Premier League U21 Game
By PJ Browne Updated

He may have been born just two months prior, but the spirit of the 1996 All-Ireland final is ingrained in Kevin Toner.

The 19-year-old from Ashbourne was involved in a mass schemozzle during Aston Villa U21's 3-2 win against their West Ham counterparts on Monday night.

Toner, who was an unused substitute in Aston Villa's 2-1 loss to Bournemouth on Saturday, was sent off late in the game against West Ham last night.

The Meathman - capable of playing at centre-back and left-back - put in two strong challenges. He would see red for the lunge on West Ham goal scorer Jamal Hector-Ingram.

The tackles antagonised West Ham players and led to some scuffles which continued even after the referee had shown sent-off Toner.

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