General 30 Man Exiles Squad

fanrrior

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Anthony Laffranchi
Francis Meli
Lance Hohaia
Tony Puletua
Iosia Soliola
Antonio Kaufusi
Michael Robertson
Brett Delaney
Brett Finch
George Carmont
Thomas Leuluai
Jeff Lima
Pat Richards
Brett Hodgson
Trent Waterhouse
Joel Monaghan
Michael Monaghan
Clint Greenshields
Lopini Paea
Louis Anderson
Daryl Millard
Scott Dureau
Setaimata Sa
David Fa'alogo
Jason Chan
Luke O'Donnell
Heath L'Estrange
Jake Webster
Joel Moon
Willie Manu
https://www.loverugbyleague.com/news_8774-anderson-announces-30-man-exiles-squad.html

Horay for the hobbit
 

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Man, I didn't realise Joel Monaghan was playing for the Warrington Wolves. Seems a little inappropriate to me.

It doesn't say when the Exiles will play. Anyone know?
 

fanrrior

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Man, I didn't realise Joel Monaghan was playing for the Warrington Wolves. Seems a little inappropriate to me.

It doesn't say when the Exiles will play. Anyone know?
Bascally the first match is on June 16, second July 4th

England v Exiles ticket information for this years International Origin games.

Game 1 @ Langtree Park
England and the Exiles do battle in the opening game of the International Origin Series at Langtree Park, St Helens, on Saturday June 16 and with pride and glory up for grabs, a memorable contest is guaranteed.

Tickets for the opening fixture at Langtree Park, St Helens, on Saturday June 16 (6.45pm) cost from £18 (£9 concessions) for standing and £21 (£10 concessions) seating.

Visit rugbyleaguetickets.co.uk to grab your tickets!

Game 2 @ Galpharm Stadium
Huddersfield will be the place to be on the fourth of July when the stars of England and the Exiles look to earn their stripes in the second game of the International Origin Series at Galpharm Stadium.

The re-match between England’s elite players and the best overseas stars from the Stobart Super League will kick off at 7.45pm on Wednesday July 4 and fans are urged to move quickly to secure their seat for one of the highlights of the representative calendar.

Tickets for the all-seater second fixture at Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, on Wednesday July 4 (7.45pm) cost from £21 (£10 concessions).
https://www.superleaguefans.com/rugby-league/2012/05/29/england-v-exiles-tickets.html
 

fanrrior

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Here is the English squad... and Rangi Chase

Carl Ablett (Leeds)
Ryan Atkins (Warrington)
Tom Briscoe (Hull)
Danny Brough (Huddersfield)
Rob Burrow (Leeds)
Garreth Carvell (Warrington)
Josh Charnley (Wigan)
Rangi Chase (Castleford)
Eorl Crabtree (Huddersfield)
Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield)
Ryan Hall (Leeds)
Gareth Hock (Wigan)
Jamie Jones-Buchanan (Leeds)
Lee Mossop (Wigan)
Sean O'Loughlin (Wigan)
Jamie Peacock (Leeds, capt)
James Roby (St Helens)
Kevin Sinfield (Leeds)
Danny Tickle (Hull)
Sam Tomkins (Wigan)
Jon Wilkin (St Helens)
 

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Here is the English squad... and Rangi Chase

Carl Ablett (Leeds)
Ryan Atkins (Warrington)
Tom Briscoe (Hull)
Danny Brough (Huddersfield)
Rob Burrow (Leeds)
Garreth Carvell (Warrington)
Josh Charnley (Wigan)
Rangi Chase (Castleford)
Eorl Crabtree (Huddersfield)
Leroy Cudjoe (Huddersfield)
Ryan Hall (Leeds)
Gareth Hock (Wigan)
Jamie Jones-Buchanan (Leeds)
Lee Mossop (Wigan)
Sean O'Loughlin (Wigan)
Jamie Peacock (Leeds, capt)
James Roby (St Helens)
Kevin Sinfield (Leeds)
Danny Tickle (Hull)
Sam Tomkins (Wigan)
Jon Wilkin (St Helens)
I feel its a little hypocritical for a Kiwis supporter to cast aspersions on Rangi Chase (whether under the guise of humour or not), when our team has in the past and will in the future feature players who are more fairly eligible for other teams, or use tiny loopholes to gain eligibility. I think that Rangi has done exactly what is right for him by choosing England. He also proved he isn't a second rate player, who shouldn't be considered by the Kiwis.
 

fanrrior

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I feel its a little hypocritical for a Kiwis supporter to cast aspersions on Rangi Chase (whether under the guise of humour or not), when our team has in the past and will in the future feature players who are more fairly eligible for other teams, or use tiny loopholes to gain eligibility. I think that Rangi has done exactly what is right for him by choosing England. He also proved he isn't a second rate player, who shouldn't be considered by the Kiwis.
Perhaps, but in my defense I do the same with the Kiwi squad... and Hurrel.