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Brown one of three Eels named in Junior Kiwi extended squad to face Aus Schoolboys

Parramatta Eels five-eighth Dylan Brown is one of three Blue & Gold players named in a 25-man Junior Kiwis squad to take on the Australian Schoolboys at Redcliffe’s Dolphin Stadium in Brisbane on Sunday, September 29 (1.00pm kick-off NZT).

Parramatta Eels Jersey Flegg players Valance Harris and Etu Lui have also been named in the squad.

In a change from recent times, the Junior Kiwis’ age category has moved from under-20 to under-19.

Earlier in the year, Parramatta Eels Junior Representative players Tyler Field and Samuel Loizou were selected in the Australian Schoolboys side to face the Junior Kiwis.

Due to the clash scheduled for late September, during the NRL Finals period, the final Junior Kiwis side will not be confirmed until closer to the date.

Starford Toa (Newcastle Knights)
Asu Kepaoa (Sydney Roosters)
Matthew Timoko (Canberra Raiders)
Vito Tevaga (Cronulla Sharks)
Selestino Ravuataumada (Vodafone Warriors)
Paul Turner (Vodafone Warriors)
Dylan Brown (Parramatta Eels)
Griffin Neame (North Queensland Cowboys)
Temple Kalepo (Vodafone Warriors)
Spencer Leniu (Penrith Panthers)
Jordan Riki (Brisbane Broncos)
Ioane Seiuli (Gold Coast Titans)
Tyler Slade (Vodafone Warriors)
Kayal Iro (Vodafone Warriors)
Isaiah Vagana (Vodafone Warriors)
Etu Lui (Parramatta Eels)
Valance Harris (Parramatta Eels)
Sione Moala (Vodafone Warriors)
Shalom O’ofou (St George Illawarra Dragons)
Christian Ma’anaima (Newcastle Knights)
Simi Sasagi (Newcastle Knights)
Emanuel Tuimavave-Gerrard (Vodafone Warriors)
Bayleigh Bently-Hape (Sydney Roosters)
Christian Tuipulotu (Sydney Roosters)
Junior Pua (Vodafone Warriors)

Head Coach: Ezra Howe
Assistant Coaches: Moehewa Armstrong, Francis Meli
Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Donny Singe
Head Trainer: Junior Mautairi
Physiotherapist: Simon Keepa
Manager: Jerry Seuseu


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