Panasonic, who won the rugby top league for the fifth time on the 23rd of this month, officially resigned from the former Japan national team wing, Kenki Fukuoka, who had announced that he would retire from active duty only this season. Announced.
Fukuoka commented, "The years spent in the team have become a treasure in my life."
Panasonic of the Rugby Top League defeated Suntory in the final of the Top League Playoff Tournament, which doubles as the Japan Championship on the 23rd of this month, and won the Japan Championship for the sixth time and the Top League for the fifth time in history.
Former Japan national team wing Kenki Fukuoka has announced that he will retire from active duty only this season in order to become a doctor, and the team officially announced the departure of Fukuoka on the 28th.
Fukuoka, who played for five seasons at Panasonic, contributed to the victory by deciding 14 tries this season and was also selected as the MVP of the league = Most Valuable Player.
Fukuoka commented, "Thank you very much for your support so far. I am really happy to be able to finish in the form of a victory at the end. The years I spent with the team have become a treasure in my future life." ..