Wallabies prop James Slipper banned after positive cocaine test

  • Queensland captain suspended for two months
  • Raelene Castle says player dealing with personal issues

James Slipper has been banned for two months by Rugby Australia after testing positive to cocaine twice, with a tribunal factoring in the Wallabies prop’s mental health issues before settling on the most lenient punishment available.

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