Dublin legend Anton O’Toole dies aged 68 Dublin legend Anton O’Toole dies aged 68
Four-time All-Ireland SFC winner Anton O'Toole has died, aged 68. Dublin legend Anton O’Toole dies aged 68
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Anton O’Toole in action in the 1984 All-Ireland final

Four-time All-Ireland SFC winner Anton O’Toole has died, aged 68.

O’Toole, who made his senior debut for the Dubs in 1792 passed away after battling an illness.

He won All-Ireland titles in 1974, ’76, ”77 and ’83.

Tributes have been pouring in for O’Toole with many paying tribute to the Dublin legend.

All-Ireland winner Eamon Fennell also paid tribute to the ‘Blue Panther’ saying: “I was very fortunate to have met Anton O’Toole lots of times over the last few years. Like the rest of the lads from the 70’s, he was a gentleman.

“They helped shape the culture of today’s [Dublin] team and Anton was a huge part of helping shape that

Earls and Carbery back for Munster as Sexton starts on the bench for Leinster
WATCH: Nick Kyrgios is in huge trouble after his rampage at the Rome Masters