Scotland question World Rugby misconduct charges over Japan match

  • Scottish Rugby query whether action is ‘appropriate’
  • Charges laid after comments about potential cancellation

Scottish Rugby have questioned whether misconduct charges levelled at them for their comments about the potential cancellation of their World Cup clash against Japan last weekend were “appropriate”.

Tournament organisers on Tuesday said Scottish Rugby would be referred to a disputes committee after chief executive Mark Dodson threatened legal action to enforce a postponement rather than a cancellation of the match, which was due to take place after Typhoon Hagibis hit Tokyo.

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