Tepai Moeroa :Digital Image Grant Trouville © NRLphotos  : 2015 NRL Round 10 Women In League Round - Parramatta Eels v NZ Warriors at Parramatta Stadium Saturday MAY 16th  2015.

Dyldam Parramatta Eels Tepai Moeroa and Will Hopoate have today been named in the Prime Minister's XIII train-on squad by the Australian Rugby League Commission to take on Papua New Guinea in Port Moresby on Saturday, September 26.

Moeroa's naming in the side is an great honour for the 19 year old, previously named in the Emerging Blues Camp and Junior Kangaroos side

The squad, which will be coached by Penrith Panthers’ Ivan Cleary, has been selected from the teams which will not take part in the Finals Series.

More players will be added to the squad from the teams eliminated in Week One of the Finals Series ahead of the naming of a final team on September 15.

Player - NRL Club

Jake Mamo - Newcastle Knights

Dane Gagai - Newcastle Knights

Jack Stockwell - Newcastle Knights

James Tedesco - Wests Tigers

David Nofoaluma - Wests Tigers

Mitchell Moses - Wests Tigers

Aaron Woods - Wests Tigers

Curtis Sironen - Wests Tigers

James Roberts - Gold Coast Titans

Kane Elgey - Gold Coast Titans

Kierran Moseley - Gold Coast Titans

Beau Falloon - Gold Coast Titans

Ryan James - Gold Coast Titans

Josh Mansour - Penrith Panthers

James Segeyaro - Penrith Panthers

Reagan Campbell-Gillard - Penrith Panthers

Tyrone Peachey - Penrith Panthers

Jack Wighton - Canberra Raiders

Edrick Lee - Canberra Raiders

Jarrod Croker - Canberra Raiders

Shannon Boyd - Canberra Raiders

Paul Vaughan - Canberra Raiders

Josh Papalii - Canberra Raiders

Will Hopoate - Parramatta Eels

Tepai Moeroa - Parramatta Eels

Chad Townsend - Warriors

Nathan Friend - Warriors

Tom Trbojevic - Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Daly Cherry-Evans - Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles

Jake Trbojevic - Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles