Scotland ‘regret’ misconduct before Ruby Wold Cup match vs Japan

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The Scottish Rugby Union “has expressed its regret” to World Rugby for misconduct before its World Cup pool game against Japan last month.

World Rugby’s brief statement on Thursday added the SRU will not challenge rugby’s governing body any further on the issue, and agreed to donate its fine of £70,000 pounds (NZ$120,000).

“The matter is now closed,” World Rugby said without elaborating whether Scotland apologised, as demanded.

The SRU was issued a formal reprimand, the fine, and ordered last week to apologise for what World Rugby considered “inappropriate and ill-judged” comments before the quarterfinal and the landfall of Typhoon Hagibis in Japan.

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