England Academy squad named

Louis Senior (Photo: Huddersfield Examiner)

The England Academy have confirmed their 22-man squad for the upcoming two-game series against the Australian Schoolboys.

Leeds Rhinos players Callum McLelland and Muizz Mustapha have been called into the squad after impressing in Yorkshire Academy’s 30-22 loss to the tourists last week.

The squad features five players who played Super League in 2018, including Huddersfield’s twin wingers Innes and Louis Senior.

Both brothers scored tries for the Giants in 2018, with Innes crossing four times in eight games.

Another player with Super League experience is Leeds winger Harry Newman, who made his debut in 2017.

In 2018, while on loan at Featherstone Rovers, he scored 17 tries in 12 games.

The first game against the Australian Schoolboys takes place at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday, December 9 at 1:00am (AEDT).

2018 England Academy squad
Ben Davies (Widnes Vikings)
Ethan Havard (Wigan Warriors)
Tom Holroyd (Leeds Rhinos)
Corey Johnson (Leeds Rhinos)
Louis McConnell (Leeds Rhinos)
James McDonnell (Wigan Warriors)
Callum McLelland (Leeds Rhinos)
Muizz Mustapha (Leeds Rhinos)
Harry Newman (Leeds Rhinos)
Tom Nisbet (St Helens)
Cameron Scott (City of Hull Academy)
Innes Senior (Huddersfield Giants)
Louis Senior (Huddersfield Giants)
Joe Shorrocks (Wigan Warriors)
Josh Simm (St Helens)
Harry Smith (Wigan Warriors)
Morgan Smithies (Wigan Warriors)
Owen Trout (Leeds Rhinos)
Sam Walters (Widnes Vikings)
Jack Welsby (St Helens)
Oliver Wilson (Bradford Bulls)
Jake Wingfield (St Helens)

Read more: https://www.rugby-league.com/article/54048/england-academy-squad-to-face-australia-schoolboys-named

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