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Former Sun Glenn cops maximum drug ban

Former AFL-listed player Josh Glenn has been suspended for four years after testing positive to drugs while playing in South Australia’s state league.

Norwood’s Josh Glenn, who played five AFL games for Gold Coast in 2015, was caught with a type of anabolic steroid in his system.

Glenn tested positive in a post-game test after playing for Norwood in a SANFL game in June last year.

The 25-year-old was provisionally suspended by the SANFL in August last year.

The SANFL said on Monday that Glenn had waived his right to an anti-doping hearing and been given the maximum four-year suspension from playing at any level.

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