Tomoki Yoshida

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Tomoki Yoshida
Date of birth (1982-02-22) February 22, 1982 (age 38)
Place of birth Kyoto, Japan
Height5 ft 7.75 in (1.72 m)
Weight172 lb (78 kg)
Rugby union career
Position(s) Scrum-half
Current team Toshiba Brave Lupus
Senior career
2007−2017 Toshiba Brave Lupus 39 (20)
Correct as of 15 January 2017
National team(s)
2007–present Japan 3 (0)

Tomoki Yoshida (吉田朋生, Yoshida Tomoki, born 22 February 1982 in Kyoto, Japan) is a Japanese rugby union footballer. He plays as a scrum-half.

He plays for the Toshiba Brave Lupus in Japan's Top League.

He had 25 caps for Japan, from 2007 to 2011, scoring 2 tries, 10 points on aggregate. He was called for the 2007 Rugby World Cup, playing in three games but without scoring. He played again for his country at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand, in a single game, once again remaining scoreless.

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