Ayr United keeper Aidan McAdams has landed himself a two-match ban from the Scottish FA – after throwing a toilet roll at Kilmarnock supporters during the Ayrshire derby.

McAdams was found guilty of a breach of rule 77 by returning the bog roll where it had come from, with authorities taking a dim view of the 22-year-old’s actions.

The keeper reacted after Killie scored a late penalty in the October clash, with the Kilmarnock fans throwing a number of objects in his direction as thehy celebrated what would be the winner in the side’s first league meeting in 28 years.

Ayr confirmed the ban for McAdams as they said the former Rangers and Celtic youth “admitted throwing a toilet roll in frustration after smoke devices were thrown on to the pitch” and say they have accepted the decision and moved on.

McAdams will now miss clashes with Hamilton and Queen of the South with the Honest Men sitting seventh in the table, a  point off bottom.

The keeper has been a regular in the side over the last few months, starting the last seven Championship fixtures for the Somerset Park side.

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