Thomas Minns banned for 16 months after positive test for cocaine | Rugby League News |

Thomas Minns banned for 16 months after positive test for cocaine | Rugby League News |

Thomas Minns banned for 16 months after positive test for cocaine | Rugby League News |

Thomas Minns is ineligible to return to sport until July

Former Hull KR centre Thomas Minns has been suspended for 16 months after returning a positive test for cocaine.

Minns was placed on leave by Rovers in April 2018 after news emerged that he had tested positive for benzoylecgonine (a metabolite of cocaine) during an in-competition test in March. His ban runs until July 14, 2019.

He was charged with an Anti-Doping Rule Violation pursuant to Article 2.1 of UK Anti-Doping rules, a charge he admitted.

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