Two people guilty of possession of rugby cocaine suspending indefinite entry October 23 16:07

Because two former players of Rugby Top League and Toyota Motor Corporation were convicted of concealing cocaine, the Japan Rugby Association has suspended them from entering the competition indefinitely.

Ryota Motojima, who belonged to Toyota Motor, was accused of violating the Drug Control Law because he had concealed cocaine, and former Yates Steven had violated the Narcotics Control Law and Cannabis Control Law as having concealed cocaine and cannabis All were convicted at the Okazaki branch of the Nagoya District Court.

In response to this, the Japan Rugby Association has decided to suspend two players from entering the competition indefinitely by 23rd.

The two have already been dismissed from the team.

Toyota Motor has refrained from working for a while and is now resuming personal practice.

The Japan Association also decided not to dispose of the team.