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  • Kangaroos Train-on Squad Announced

    The Australian Rugby League Commission has today named 18 players in the Holden Kangaroosí World Cup train-on squad. Players from the train-on squad will also be selected to represent the Prime Ministerís XIII team to play Papua New Guinea in Kokopo on Sunday, September 29.


    Holden Kangaroos and PMXIII Train-On:
    Matt Gillett, Corey Parker, Ben Hannant, Sam Thaiday, Brett Morris, Jarryd Hayne, David Shillington, Josh Papalii, Jarrod Crocker, Josh McCrone, Ned Catic, Robbie Farah, David Taylor, Ryan James, Kevin Gordon, Aidan Sezer, Albert Kelly, Greg Bird & Nate Myles.


    The Prime Ministerís XIII will be announced next Monday, September 16. Selected players will attend a medical in Sydney on Thursday, September 19, before assembling in Cairns on Thursday, September 26. Holden Kangaroos coach Tim Sheens will accompany the Laurie Daley-coached PMs XIII to Papua New Guinea with the match viewed as an important selection trial for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. The players selected today are from clubs not competing in the Telstra Premiership Finals Series with additional players to be named when clubs are eliminated from the Finals.

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    Ned Catic???



    The FlogPen .

    You know it makes sense.

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    • #3
      Good old Ned Catic.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by stsae View Post
        Ned Catic???

        Was last seen coaching jnr league at St Mary's..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by stsae View Post
          Ned Catic???

          He's only there as injury cover.

          Today they've added: Smith, Slater, Cronk, Hoffman, Carney, Gallen, Lewis and Fifita.
          http://www.nrl.com/8-players-added-t...6/default.aspx

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          • #6
            Originally posted by turk-283 View Post
            Was last seen coaching jnr league at St Mary's..
            St Mary's or St Clair??
            Played against him a few years back. He was playing for St Clair a-grade. Asked him what it was like running around in park football after playing in the NRL, he said it was tougher because every **** wanted to bash him hard as possible every tackled. He said he felt like he had a massive target on his chin.

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