Johnny Walker banned from World Cup

DPC’s Johnny Walker has been banned from the Rugby League World Cup.
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Darlington Point Coleambally’s Johnny Walker has made quite the name for himself.

Walker, and two other Scotland teammates, have been stood down for the remainder of the Rugby League World Cup.

The Group 20 player, captain Danny Brough and Sam Brooks were punished after theywere refused entry onto a flight on Sunday for being intoxicated following the 74-6 thrashing at the hands ofNew Zealand.

The remainder of the Bravehearts travelled to Cairns where they will tackle Samoa.

Walker had played in six Tests for Scotland before joining the Roosters this season, joining Ryan McGoldrick at the club.

Johnny Walker banned from World Cup Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

Johnny Walker playing for Darlington Point Coleambally this season.

TweetFacebook Johnny Walker at DPCHe played 13 Group 20 games, scoring three tries.

Walker was part of the Roosters outfit who lost to Tullibigeal Lake Cargelligo in the second week of finals.

Scotland Rugby Leaguechairman Keith Hogg told Fairfax Media on Sunday night his organisation fully supported the airline’s decision to refuse to let the trio on the early morning flight.

“They clearly had been drinking in an inappropriate fashion. The consequences of that became very obvious at the airport. The airline were quite within their rights to say what they said. They were supported by all of us.”

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