Two more Canadian football players suspended for steroid use.

Two more University of Waterloo football players have been suspended for use of performance enhancing drugs.

The suspension of linebackers Matt Peto and Eric Polini was announced today by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, the organization that conducted drug tests on the entire UW football team.

Peto, a third-year linebacker from Strathroy, received a reduced one-year suspension from Canadian Interuniversity Sport because he acknowledged use of steroids on March 29, prior to players being notified of team-wide testing on March 31.

Polini, a first-year linebacker from Thunder Bay, received a two-year ban as he waited until the tests were being carried out to admit that he had used steroids.

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