Ten of the squad were born in America, while nine have played in the country's domestic competition.
Squad: Mark Cantoni (Dalby), Andrew Durutalo (USA Eagles), Bureta Faraimo (Mackay Cutters), Gabriel Farley (Southampton Dragons), Kristian Freed (Connecticut Wildcats), Mike Garvey (Ipswich Jets), Roman Hifo (Mangere East Hawks, New Zealand), Danny Howard (Wentworthville), Stephen Howard (Tuggeranong Vikings), Luke Hume (New York Knights), Judah Lavulo (Cabramatta), Joel Luani (Wests Tigers), David Marando (Belrose), Ryan McGoldrick (Salford City Reds), Clint Newton (Penrith Panthers), Mark Offerdahl (Connecticut Wildcats), Joseph Paulo (Parramatta Eels), Junior Paulo (Parramatta Eels), Craig Priestly (Southampton Dragons), Matt Petersen (Cudgen Hornets), Tui Samoa (Redcliffe Dolphins), Matt Shipway (Newcastle), Les Soloai, Lelauloto Tagaloa (Hawaii Chiefs).
Week Two of the European Championship saw Scotland come within touching distance of a first ever title, and a place in the Four Nations, while France put right some of their Dublin mistakes against a valiant Welsh side.
Palestine Rugby League has gained official accreditation from the Rugby League European Federation (RLEF).
Seventeen of the best rugby league players in the Netherlands are to be offered a place on a new initiative called the Elite Netherlands Rugby League Programme (ENRLP).