Rugby World Cup Japan national team decision before 41 participation in the last training camp announced August 14 21:07
Next month, 41 players who participated in the advance camp held in Abashiri, Hokkaido from 18th of this month were announced as the final training camp before deciding the final member of the Japanese national team to face the opening Rugby World Cup Japan tournament.
This was announced by the Japan Rugby Association on the 14th.
According to it, the preliminary camp in Abashiri, Hokkaido, was held from 18th to 28th of this month, and 41 members, 25 forwards and 16 backs, were selected.
Captain, Flanker Reach Michael, Command Tower, Standoff Yu Tamura, and other representatives from Japan, who were off the national team in three matches from the end of last month, were injured. Players and Ishiri Nakajima have returned.
The 31 finalists of the Japan national team who will be participating in the World Cup will be announced at the end of this month, and the advance camp in Abashiri will be the final competition for athletes aiming to become representatives.