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WATCH - Mass brawl breaks out in game on the same day 10 players were sent off in one fixture

Ugly scenes marred the game in Enniscorthy yesterday
Ugly scenes marred the game in Enniscorthy yesterday
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There were ugly scenes during a Leinster JFC club game between Crossabeg Ballymurn of Wexford and Dublin's Man O'War yesterday when a mass brawl broke out.

Subs flooded in from the bench after some handbags between two players escalated into an ugly fracas at St. Patrick's Park in Enniscorthy.

Watch below:

The Wexford side would ultimately run out convincing 1-12 to 2-1 winners.

It wasn't the only game in the Leinster club championship to be marred by flashpoints.

Referee Noel McKenna dished out 10 red cards as Carlow's Kilbride faced off against O'Connell's of Louth in Leinster club intermediate match.

The Carlow side ended the game with nine men and were beaten on a scoreline of 2-10 to 1-8.

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